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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CREDITS PROJECT DIRECTOR ABEL E. MISLA VILLALBA

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE ABEL E. MISLA VILLLALBA JAVIER DE JESUS MARTINES DAVID SOUTHGATE

CONSULTANTS

PONCE

ADAPTABLE PATHS STRATEGIES INVESTMENTS AND RESOURCES

REVIEW TEAM

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS & MEMBERS TOURISM DAVID TALAVERA ALBARRAN JOSE A. REYES FELICIANO EDGAR VAZQUEZ COLON

FERTILE REGION :

HEALTH & WELLNESS OSCAR MISLA VILLABA FRANCISCO J. LLULL VERA

CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL

Assets and Territorial Identity

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ENERGY JAIME SANABRIA HERNANDEZ

AGRO-INDUSTRY ELENA M. COLON PARRILLA FERNANDO L. CRUZ DOMINICCI ARNALDO COLON BERLINGERI

SPORTS HECTOR E. LOPEZ PALERMO JOSE E. COSTAS LOYOLA

LOGISTICS & TRANSPORTATION JORGE HERNANDEZ LAZARO PEDRO GOMEZ MOLINA

ARTS & CULTURE SUSANA SANTIAGO MARIN ARACELIS VIDAL RIVERA JESSICA FERNANDEZ MARISOL NAVAS OMAR ALFONSO TORRES

EDUCATION JOSE I. IRIZARRY DIAZ VIVIAM Y. PUIG GONZALEZ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

INDEX

L A R A ZÓN DETR ÁS DE TU ÉXITO

FERTILE REGION:

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CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL

Assets and Territorial Identity

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MAIL

WEB

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PONCE

INDEX

CONTENT BREAKDOWN

04-05

CHAMBER HISTORY

06-07

MESSAGE FROM THE CCSPR PRESIDENT (2010-2011)

08-09

WE ARE THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CHAPTER 01: FERTILE REGION: GROWTH THOUGH FOCUS RETENTION•ATTRACTION•SYNCHRONIZATION

30-31 32-111

112-122 123-148 149-164

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125 YEARS

STRATEGICAL VISION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS / VISION / MISSION / VALUES

10 - 13 14 - 17 18 - 21 22 - 25 26 - 29

32 - 41 42 - 51 52 - 61 62 - 71 72 - 81 82- 91 92 - 101 102- 111

I. II. III. IV. V.

A NEW PARTNERSHIP: FOSTERING THE ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS OF THE SOUTH DISCOVERY: PRODUCTIVE AND COMPETITIVE ASSETS VISION: REGIONAL ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK AND SOUTH INNOVATION BANK STRATEGIC SCRIPT: THEMATIC FOCUSED CHARACTERIZATION OF THE REGION ORGANIZATION: COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS AND ALLIANCES

STRATEGIC ACTIVITY SYNCHRONIZATION: STRATEGIC ACTIVITY SYNCHRONIZATION CHAPTER 02: CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH: CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS & TERRITORIAL IDENTITY TOURISM ART & CULTURE EDUCATION SPORTS AGRO-INDUSTRY HEALTH & WELLNESS ENERGY LOGISTICS & TRANSPORTATION

CHAPTER 03: MUNICIPAL ASSETS & ADDED VALUE RESOURCES : SOUTH REGION - ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECOSYSTEM SPONSORS & COLLABORATORS MEMBERS DIRECTORY: INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

TRANSCENDENCE

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CONNECTING YOU TO THE WORLD

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YEARS OF HISTORY

SINCE 1885

The origin of the organization today known as the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico relates back to the search for better economic conditions for Puerto Rico dating from 19th century. In 1877, Ponce was already an incorporated city under Spanish rule. The island was getting back on its feet after a long period of epidemics and hurricanes that deeply submerged the population in a terrible crisis. It was during this time that maritime-related commercial activities had grown in popularity due to the island’s geographic isolation from communications and transportation systems, those that mainland jurisdictions take for granted. This was the backdrop for the successful Ponce Exhibition Fair of 1882. Agriculturists, merchants and artisans from all parts of the south region of the island and Ponce participated in the fair. The great success of this fair paved the way for business people to unite and form an organization that, above all, looked after their interests and helped the economic development of surrounding communities. Oddly enough, there is no official document that marks the exact date that the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico was founded. However, a Spanish Royal Decree, signed by former Chamber president Ermelindo Salazar, confirms that the organization dates from at least December 19, 1885. At that time, the organization was known as the Chamber of Commerce and Navigation (CCN). Official organizational records from 1897 to 1929 were destroyed in a fire. Therefore there is no documented evidence of any of the organization’s activities during those years. In 2005, the century-old institution changed its name to simply the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico, reflecting that it still served business people from across the southern region of the island. The Chamber of Commerce of South has maintained an impartial and apolitical position in local affairs, maintaining a positive relationship with local media as a way of communicating the advancement of strategic economic development interests. Annually the Chamber holds seminars, workshops, forums, business lunches and Commercial Expos with wide participation. The Chamber has a diverse membership that represents each of the sectors of Commerce, Enterprises, Industry, Banking and Agriculture.

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CARTOGRAPHY

FERTILE REGION:

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PUERTO RICO

GROWTH THROUGH FOCUS

Retention•Attraction•Synchronization

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ABEL E. MISLA VILLALBA PRESIDENT 2010 - 2011

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PRESIDENT 2011 - 2012 WORLD MARKETS DIVISION CCSPR

Welcome to South Puerto Rico: Please receive my warm greetings from the south region of Puerto Rico. Contemporary societies across the globe face economic challenges that require the participation of all sectors of commercial production and its economic players. Conscious of the challenges facing many regions and committed to doing our part, the Chamber of Commerce of South of Puerto Rico has initiated a strategic agenda to promote and to stimulate the economic development of the Enterprise Ecosystem of the region. The intention is to drive the internationalization of the region’s commercial assets and territorial resources in the interest of strengthening opportunities for economic growth – both at home and abroad. In order to promote the internationalization of the south region, the Chamber of Commerce decided to develop the Cartography of the South: Regional Catalogue of Commercial Assets and Territorial Resources. This document gathers and integrates all of the assets of our region into a coherent package, showcasing our region’s strenghts in Agro-industry, Education, Energy, Logistics, Health, Tourism, Education, Sports and Culture. The document you are holding in your hands invites you to explore, contemplate and imagine how south Puerto Rico can become part of your strategy for business growth. South Puerto Rico is open for business and we invite you to seize the potential our region holds for your enterprise. Sincerely, Abel E. Misla Villalba CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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(1975-76)

(1994-95)

(2009-10)

2000 David Talavera Albarran (2012-13)

Jose I IrrizarryDiaz (2011-12)

Abel Misla Villalba (2010-11)

CPA Mario R. Silvagnoli Guzmán

TREASURER

Elena M. Colón Parilla (2008-09)

FREDDY MALDONADO PEREZ

Mercedes Rodríguez Rodríguez (2007-08)

Fernando L. Cruz Dominicci (2006-07)

Rolando Emmanuelli Jiménez (2005-06)

Ernesto Córdova (2004-05)

Mario R. Silvagnoli Guzmán (2003-04)

(2002-03)

1950

Jorge A. Vázquez Suárez

SUB-SECRETARY

William Guzmán García (2001-02)

VIVIAM Y. PUIG GONZALEZ

Cándido R. Rivera Tollinche (2000-01)

José A. Reyes Feliciano (1999-00)

Alving Tollinchi Delgado (1998-99)

James Lugo Medina (1997-98)

Juan José Hernández González (1996-97)

Gennaro Dessy Fadda (1995-96)

Edgardo Guzmán Villanueva

José Enrique Costas Loyola (1993-94)

SECRETARY

(1992-93)

ARACELIS VIDAL RIVERA

Arnaldo Colón Berlingeri

Osvaldo L. Dedós (1991-92)

Edna Grau (1990-91)

Wendell W. Colón Muñoz (1989-90)

Lombardo Pérez (1988-89)

Félix Lloréns Santini (1987-88)

PAST PRESIDENT 2009 - 2010

Luis Czerniak (1986-87)

MARIO R. SILVAGNOLI GUZMAN

Juan Pachín Vicéns (1985-86)

Eric Rosaly (1984-85)

Helcías Bermúdez Colón (1983-84)

Rafael Pérez Villarini (1982-83)

Santiago Ramos Segarra (1981-82)

(1979-81)

Luis O. Collazo (1978-79)

(1977-78)

SECOND VICEPRESIDENT

René F. Sotomayor

SUSANA SANTIAGO MARIIN

Rafael Babilonia Llamas (1976-77)

Roberto Luis Boscio Matos

José C. Reyes Zamora (1974-75)

Roberto Bacó Dapena (1972-73)

Manuel Avilés Toro (1960-71)

José M. Rovira Fernández (1959-60)

(1953-58)

David Lugo

1900

(1950-52)

PRESIDENT 2011-2012

Juan Luis Boscio Deprez

Rafael Torres Alberti (1949-50)

Juan Luis Boscio Deprez (1946-48)

Pedro Juan Rosaly (1937-45)

JOSE I. IRIZARRY DIAZ

Lucas P. Valdivieso Torruella

PAST PRESIDENTS Antonio Vicéns Ríos (1935-36)

PRESIDENT 2010 -2011

Juan Luis Boscio Deprez (1934-35)

ABEL E. MISLA VILLALBA

Juan Cabrer (1932-33)

Antonio Vicéns Ríos (1929-31)

1800*

Luis Roubert (1897 *)

Juan Gilet (1895-96)

Antonio Trías (1893-94)

Lorenzo Mayol (1891-92)

Ermelindo Salazar (1885-90)

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

WE ARE THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO!

FERNANDO L. CRUZ DOMINICCI

SUB-TREASURER

2013

*The minutes corresponding to years 1897 to 1929 where destroyed in a building fire at the Chamber Offices, for wich there is no registry of the names of presidents during those years.

TIMELINE (1885-2011)

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

HECTOR LOPEZ PALERMO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

PEDRO GOMEZ MOLINA DIRECTOR

EDGAR VAZQUEZ COLLON DIRECTOR

DAVID TALAVERA ALBARRAN PRESIDENT ELECT 2012-2013

JAIME L. SANABRIA HERNANDEZ DIRECTOR

JOSE A. REYES FELICIANO DIRECTOR

RICARDO HATTON RENTAS DIRECTOR

FRANCISCO J. LLULL VERA DIRECTOR

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VISION

Contribute to the sustainable development of enterprises participating in an advisory, support and service capacity, fulfilling all those activities that strengthen the socioeconomic activity and the entrepreneurial competitiveness of the southern region of Puerto Rico.

MISSION

Become the main voice and representative action of the entrepreneurial community of our region, recruit the greatest number of members possible, offer better and more varied services and influence the processes of the creation of public policy towards the development of sustainable entrepreneurship. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

Cámara Sur Convention 2011, Ponce Hilton Costa Caribe

I - A NEW PARTNERSHIP: FOSTERING THE ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS OF THE SOUTH

The Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico is implementing regional strategies that promote sustainable economic development in the region. With the help of a multi-sector collaboration, the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico's agenda to internationalize the region seeks to retain, attract and synchronize all local economic activity with global economic growth so as to improve the quality of life in the southern region.

FERTILE REGION:

GROWTH THROUGH FOCUS

To develop this agenda, we turned to collaborators across various sectors who joined us in supporting our international vision to advance competitiveness and productivity. The Chamber through its Committee on International Relations, Committee on Tourism, Committee on Economic Development, and its Infrastructure and Planning Committee, promote legislative initiatives, public policy and strategic investments that advance the socioeconomic sustainability and wellbeing of people living in south Puerto Rico, while promoting growth through international investment.

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As we developed the strategy, we established economic priorities focused on key areas of opportunity and the region's strengths, validated through extensive analysis and study. These priorities now form the platform for economic growth in the southern region. The key economic clusters of south Puerto Rico, the focus of the Cartography of the South are:

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Agribusiness Tourism Health and Wellbeing Logistics and Transportation Energy Education Arts & Culture And Sports Networking at Archipiélago Restaurant, Ponce Historic District

ADVANCING THE COMPETITIVENESS AND PRODUCTIVITY OF THE REGION

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

SOUTH PUERTO RICO: RICHLY DIVERSE AND POWERFULLY EXCITING PLACE FOR BUSINESS.

The island's Agribusiness infrastructure is strongest in the south. The south region's strong Tourism sector, with six eco-regions, has established new markets that if maximized, will make the south region a worldwide tourist destination. Add to these the economic activity of the Health and Wellbeing sector, a segment that integrates all the components of services and products for health and human welfare. Similarly, the economic activity of the Educational sector is vital and productive, with the presence of accredited institutions providing doctoral and research universities that contribute new knowledge bases relevant and valuable to all economic activity present in the region. The southern region's excellent maritime, air and land transportation and logistic services provide a vital link to the global economy.

COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE

CREATING NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES

FERTILE REGION:

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Networking at the Art Museum of Ponce

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HUMAN & ENVIRONMENTAL WELLBEING ECOSYSTEM

The region's Energy production, combined with financial incentives and a legal framework supporting green energy production, invites investors to participate in the production of renewable and sustainable energy in the south. Museums, art galleries, theaters, art centers and conventions support a vibrant culture that embraces both the arts and history. In addition to this economic activity, the region has an international agenda that takes advantage of an extensive infrastructure devoted to Olympic Sports. Few local entities know this region like the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico. And we have the contacts, collaboration and vision to attract new people and businesses to the region, helping to make such ventures fruitful and productive. With that, the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico is pleased to present the Cartography of the South, mapping in depth what makes south Puerto Rico a richly diverse and powerfully exciting place to do business.

AREAS OF OPPORTUNITY AND STRENGTHS

Banco Santander and the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico signed a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, to form a strategic alliance to strengthen international commerce between south Puerto Rico and Latin America.

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Presentation before the Senate Special Committee on Puerto Rico Law 212, regarding investment tax credits for construction in urban zones.

I I- DISCOVER: PRODUCTIVE AND COMPETITIVE ASSETS THE CARTOGRAPHY HAS BEEN A PROCESS OF RE-DISCOVERING

THE COMPETITIVE AND PRODUCTIVE ASSETS THAT DEFINE OUR SOUTHERN REGION The creation of the Cartography of the South reframed our understanding of what it means to be competitive with productive assets that define the south region of Puerto Rico. The Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico created this document using a strategic methodology – the Strategic Synchronization Activity, a way of visualizing in the period of one year various high points of events of economic activity. The company Adaptable Paths designed the technique, enabling the Chamber to fully visualize the various regional and urban assets present in our business ecosystem, showing clearly the routes to socioeconomic growth.

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Each chapter in the Cartography of the South contains a Synchronization map, based on an analysis of the opportunities throughout the region and its urban zones. The Synchronization maps showcase the region's competitive strengths and productive commercial ecosystem. In providing these maps, the Chamber offers business people a fundamental instrument typically employed in urban and regional economic planning processes. The goal is to help foreign investors spot the opportunities for capital investment across the region's diverse economic, industrial and commercial sectors. Through these Synchronization maps, the Chamber also seeks to promote three basic goals: Retain, Attract and Sync economic activity in the region. Networking at ArchipiĂŠlago Restaurant, Ponce Historic District

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES The Strategic Planning for Economic Growth in the region started with the Chamber's creation of Economic Councils representing each of the region's eight sectors previously mentioned: Agro-business, Logistics, Energy, Sports, Education, Health, Tourism and the Arts. Extensive discussions among leaders from business, the academic world and government led to a synthesis of strategic objectives to promote sustainable economic development in the region. This phase culminated with the celebration of a Council on internationalization, leading to the development of a Strategic Vision of Economic Development and Thematic Platforms. Next, the Chamber drew up the Cartography of the South: A Regional Catalogue of Regional Business Assets and Resources, including infrastructure, natural, social and economic elements, presented at a regional level, with physical references to each municipality in the south region of Puerto Rico.

FERTILE REGION:

Camarasur 2011 Convention: Economic Diversity at Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort

GROWTH THROUGH FOCUS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO On the regional level, this provides the Region’s Value Proposition, adding discrete areas of opportunity that add to economic development plans from Central and Municipal Governments. Finally, the Chamber of Commerce conducted Strategic Outreach to International Markets to attract investment capital. We involved business players from throughout the region to play the role of South Puerto Rico regional ambassadors, as they travel to cities and strategic locations. In a natural and dynamic way, our voluntary regional ambassadors convey the Value Proposition of south Puerto Rico to the international business community – South Puerto Rico is open for business, with a clear and articulate vision and a road map for implementation. Attracting investment capital has the end goal of providing a better quality of life for the residents of the region. The Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico is inserting the region into the world of global opportunities with the understanding that we compete, not only with our geographic neighbors, but the entire world, in order attract and retain capital investment.

Camarasur 2011 Convention: Economic Diversity at Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort

INSERTING THE REGION INTO THE WORLD OF GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Signing of Memorandum of Understanding Between the Autonomous Municipality of Ponce and the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico.

III- VISION: REGIONAL ENTERPRISE FRAMEWORK & SOUTH INNOVATION BANK Globally competitive regions are those that build on the common denominator of innovation as a new business paradigm. Supporting this paradigm, the Chamber created a new Regional Enterprise Framework that consolidates the south region of Puerto Rico's regional and economic strengths to create the first South Innovation Bank, a meeting of the region’s best and brightest professionals and leaders who are focused on the region's future sustainable business climate. The New Regional Enterprise Framework is an alignment of Leadership, Human Capital, Resource Development, Performance Measurement, Organizational Structures and Formal Processes.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO The first initiative was to link talent across sectors to form a cooperative and collaborative model of Open Innovation for the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem. Strategic Alignment of organizations throughout the entrepreneurial ecosystem creates value chains that maximize productive synergies between industries in the southern region, reinforcing the region's international competitiveness. For example, the value chain for Tourism and Sports categories combine to maximize international sports tourism. Similarly, where Agribusiness, Education and Health combine, Agribusiness and the research infrastructure of universities promote greater quality and productivity in food production, resulting in improved nutrition and a culture of wellness and preventive medicine.

CEIBA Awards Press Conference.

A COOPERATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE MODEL OF OPEN INNOVATION FOR THE ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES The Chamber's alignment of Leadership, Human Capital Development and Resources, integrates the intellectual, investigative, productive, and technological capital of the region to boost profits throughout the business ecosystem. To accomplish this integration, the Chamber joined forces with organizations such as Desarrollo Integral del Sur, Inc. (DISUR), a regional consortium of 15 municipalities, the private and academic sectors and communities. The Chamber is also aligned with the Asociación de Industriales del Sur (the regional industrial association) and the Association of Engineers and Surveyors, among other institutions, in order to develop new leadership to manage and accelerate innovation in the eight sectors that the Chamber of Commerce has identified as strategic to the region's sustainable development.

Presentation: Your Capital is in the South, La Concha Renaissance Resort en Condado.

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The Chamber also realized that performance measurement and procedures are critical to international competitiveness. The region’s Performance Measurement framework comes from the Chamber's collaboration with Industry, Universities and the Public Sector to develop metrics that validate the capacity of innovation and ensure quality. The region's Research and Development (R & D) companies in strategic areas such as Health, Education, Energy, Logistics and Manufacturing, as well as Agribusiness provide a model for the open collaborative and innovative development of services and products that generate wealth for the south. In a world of globalized business and trade, innovative organizations require adaptable and scalable solutions that include communication technologies that facilitate the exchange of ideas, collaboration, flexibility and support for the development of new discoveries. The new Regional Enterprise Framework supports these organizations with structures and formal process that lead to success.

Puerto Rico Secretary of State Kenneth McClintock Seminar on Puerto Rico’s Economy.

PROMOTING

EXCHANGE OF IDEAS & COLLABORATION

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EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

Multicultural Networking at Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort.

IV- STRATEGIC SCRIPT: THEMATIC FOCUSED CHARACTERIZATION OF THE REGION The global economy now dominates the dynamics of investment and production. It is a structure produced and sustained by a global network of city-regions. So it was only fitting that the Cartography of the South provided the Strategic Script for the south region of Puerto Rico. In a world of city-regions, the most developed countries are those with the most qualified city-regions. The Chamber is highly aware that the city-regions that compete effectively in the global economy bring the most development and economic opportunities to their respective countries.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO The Chamber developed a Strategic Script that gives us a common vision and a common language to characterize the region's strengths and resources, helping investors to see the region's opportunities. The Strategic Script also helps us explain to investors the scale of operations that the present business ecosystem can support, putting new ventures in the context of the region's unique city-region structure. The eight sectors included in the Cartography have been characterized through the lenses of existing infrastructure, geographic strengths, performance, incentives, and economic activities.

The Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Meeting with Senator Alejandro Garcia Padilla. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO The Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Meeting with Governor Luis Fortuño.

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES In Puerto Rico, current public policy is now positioned to positively transform the traditional structures of government, providing new opportunities for multi-sector production. For example, new public-private partnership laws now allow various sectors such as education, environmental, social, urban and infrastructure to collaborate in projects that were previously inconceivable. Additionally, some government responsibilities for economic development are now the charge of regional organizations made up of private and public representatives. This has started to produce solutions to challenges that could not previously be resolved.

MULTI-SECTOR PRODUCTION

Columbia Centro Universitario, The Economy of South of Puerto Rico: Economist Gustavo Velez.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO By definition multi-sector initiatives are inclusive, so the opportunity to add knowledge and experience to solve problems is limitless. The Chamber recognizes the importance of multisector participation in economic development, as it creates new knowledge and allows for change to be implemented. Multi-sector participation in principle tends to cover an extensive geographic area and represent a complexity of interests that transcend the physical presence of a single, independent institution. The Strategic Script provides an ethic for Business and Economic interaction, as well as a guide for the interpretation of strengths and opportunities.

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UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMICS OF INVESTMENT

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V- ORGANIZATION:

COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS AND ALLIANCES South Puerto Rico is an intensely organized region, enjoying a collaborative tradition in various areas of society and various political and economic structures, providing a welcoming environment for new entries from the global community. Due to the political, economic and social realities of Puerto Rico as a Commonwealth of the United States, the island has strong ties to the federal government and North America. Additionally, the island has congressional representation through the Office of the Resident Commissioner in Washington and the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration. Relations with Europe are built on a historical, political, social and especially economic and commercial business sectors in Europe. The “Chamber of Commerce in Your City” at the Guayama Convention Center.

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Links with the Caribbean and Latin America formed through common history, shared language and cultural traditions. U.S. Free-Trade Laws apply to Puerto Rico, further encouraging comercial exchange.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO The best example of south Puerto Rico’s international tradition is the Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico, itself, founded in 1885 under the Spanish regime. After the conclusion of the Exhibition Fair of Ponce in July 1882, traders, artisans and farmers from communities across south Puerto Rico formed the Chamber of Commerce to ensure that the environment for international economic trade from the region would continue into the future. Since then this organization, originally called the Chamber of Commerce and Navigation, has maintained an impartial and apolitical stand in local affairs. The Chamber holds annual seminars, forums, workshops, lunches, Business Fairs and Exhibitions, and meets with representatives of the Trade, Service Companies, Industry, Banking and Agriculture. Based on the region’s tradition of multi-sector collaboration leaders came together in 2006 to create Desarrollo Integral del Sur, Inc. (DISUR), a non-profit quasi-governmental organization that integrates the Private Sector, Local, State and Federal Government agencies, and Universities. Its strategic intent is to promote prosperity, create a better quality of life for people in the region and to promote and maximize the competitiveness and sustainable socioeconomic development of the southern region of Puerto Rico, integrating efforts and resources from public, private and academic sectors, and also area communities.

Presentation on the Future of the Panama Canal by Juan Carlos Navarro Past Mayor of Panama City.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES DISUR includes 15 municipalities in the region, representing nearly 600,000 citizens. In a short time, this organization has received legislative appropriations and federal support, including a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to plan the reuse of more than 1,300 acres of industrial Brownfields in southern Puerto Rico. The execution of this planning project, called PR#127Guayalla-Peñuelas, holds excellent prospects for job creation, new industry and economic development of the region.

The Internationalization Initiative Council of the Chamber of Commerce, Old Ponce Casino.

FERTILE REGION: FERTILE REGION:

GROWTH FOCUS GROWTH THROUGH THOUGH FOCUS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO As in any city and region, educational and cultural institutions play an important role in the social fabric of a society. The presence of universities, such as the Pontifical Catholic University, the University of Puerto Rico, InterAmerican University, University System Ana G. Mendez, Caribbean University and others consistently promote intellectual exchange with the university community to advance a global network of international partnerships that promote progress and innovation in our region. Ponce Art Museum and other cultural institutions add to the strength of cultural heritage of the south region and encourage international intellectual exchange throughout world. This richly diverse tradition of collaboration is just part of the social fabric that makes up south Puerto Rico. The Chamber invites you to explore the information filled pages of the Cartography of the South and asks you to consider south Puerto Rico as part of your strategy for business growth. South Puerto Rico is open for business and we invite you to explore the potential our region holds.

CONSIDER SOUTH PUERTO RICO AS PART OF YOUR STRATEGY FOR BUSINESS GROWTH

SOUTH PUERTO RICO IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AND WE INVITE YOU TO EXPLORE THE POTENTIAL OUR REGION HOLDS

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PLAYERS & ACTORS: 1. PUBLIC REALM: LOCAL GOVERNMENT, REGIONAL AND MULTISECTORIAL ORGANIZATIONS, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, FEDERAL INSTITUTIONS & INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 2. PRIVATE REALM: LOCAL INDUSTRIES & COMMERCE, PYMES, COOPERATIVE INSTITUTIONS, B RESEARCH

01

RESEARCH SECTORIAL COUNCIL FOCUS GROUPS REGIONAL PUBLIC HEARINGS FOCUS GROUPS

SOUTH REGION PUERTO RICO 8 THEMES

RY,

RITO

METHODOLOGY DIAGRAM

TER

OPERATIONAL FIELD:

STRUCTURAL COUPLING

TRENDS/PATTERNS/BEHAVIOR

E&

TIM NOM

ECO

INVESTIGATION

Y

TERRITORIAL ANALYSIS POLITICAL ANALYSIS SOCIOECONOMICAL ANALYSIS

E INT L ST

GRA

TOURISM - ART & CULTURE - EDUCATION -

S

EGIE

RAT

(T)

16

GUANICA

(AC) YAUCO

GUAYANILLA

(E) ADJUNTAS

PENUELAS

MUNICIPALITIES

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ACTORS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO INSTITUTIONS, BANKS, INSURANCE, COMMERCIAL & SECTORIAL ASSOCIATIONS

HYPOTHESIS

3. N.G.O’S REALM: EDUCATION, HEALTH, HUMAN & SOCIAL SERVICES, ECONOMIC & URBAN DEVELOPMENT, ENTREPENEURS PROCEDURE

02

CONCLUSION

03

04

ACTIVITY SYNCHRONIZATION

FINASCAPE

OBJECTIVE

MEDIA & PROMOTION

MEDIASCAPE

TRADITIONAL MEDIA

TECHNOSCAPE VISION

PLATFORMS

RETENTION

ETHNOSCAPE

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

IMPLEMENTATION

REGIONAL SOCIAL MOBILITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

TIMESCAPE

ATTRACTION

CARTOGRAPHY

HEALTH & WELLNESS - SPORTS - AGROINDUSTRY - ENERGY - TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS (HW) PONCE

(S) JAYUYA

JUANA DIAZ

VILLALBA

(AI) COAMO

(E) SANTA ISABEL AIBONITO

(TL) SALINAS

GUAYAMA

ARROYO

PATILLAS

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

PROMOTERS

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

TOURISM

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

DISCOVERING PONCE & THE SOUTH REGION PONCE’S MERCEDITA AIRPORT

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

IN THE CARIBBEAN

ALL YEAR LONG

BEHAVIOR AAVIOR & SYNCHRONIZ SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

A TASTE T OF HE HEAVEN TECHNOSCAPE

READY, SET: COME VISIT US!

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SEASON IS ON

FINANSCAPE

THE RIGHT DECISION EVERYTHING THAT YOU NEED

ACTIVITY

CARTOGRAPHY

SOUTH PUERTO RICO ASSETS, ADDED VALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Copa Marina Beach Resort & Spa, Guanica

Toro Negro Rainforest & Waterfall Adventure, Jayuya

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club

Cerro de Punta, Jayuya

A secluded hideaway where tranquility and activity meet Puerto Rico's undiscovered southwestern coast.

a more intimate rainforest and cultural experience with amazing views of mountains and landscapes.

A sports complex located in Ponce, Puerto Rico The club is located on Isla de Gatas (Cats Island).

The highest point on the island,with an elevation of 4,389 feet (1,338 meters) above sea level.

ENCHANTING WATERFRONTS

EXPERIENCE ECO-ADVENTURE

RECREATIONAL PARADISE

GORGEOUS SCENERY & SIGHTSEEING

The tourism industry plays a major role in job creation and economic regeneration, driving an estimated 6 percent of jobs in G20 economies with a strong multiplier effect on related services, manufacturing and agriculture, which depend on travel demand. In south Puerto Rico, tourism is no different. The south region of Puerto Rico is a recognized center of tourism on the island for its broad range of tourism assets – from pristine mountains and tropical beaches of world-wide recognition, to historical Spanish-colonial architecture and first-class museums. Set to become a key economic force in the region, now is the time to enter as a tourist and an investor. Through economic incentives and collaboration with the private and public sector, tourism projects, whether resorts, recreational or infrastructure-related, are all a welcome addition to the tourism eco-system.

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

A TASTE OF HEAVEN

What is Porta Caribe? Beautiful beaches, enchanted forests, amazing hotels, delicious restaurants, and much more!

IN THE CARIBBEAN

A PHENOMENAL CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

ETHNOSCAPE

A CARIBBEAN DELIGHT

The south region of Puerto Rico, also known as Porta Caribe, has much to offer tourists — delightful attractions, top destinations and abundant activities. Ponce, the anchor city of the region, welcomes tourists with many places of interest, such as the Serralles Castle, the Ponce Museum of Art, Hacienda Buena Vista and the Serralles Rum Distillery. Guánica features one of the most spectacular natural harbors on the Puerto Rican coastine. Its beautiful beaches are a favored destination for watersport enthusiasts and sun lovers, while natural attractions, such as the Chorro de Oro waterfall and the Guilarte Forest are enjoyed by nature lovers. With beaches stretching along the clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, Peñuelas welcomes holiday makers to enjoy its many natural wonders, such as the Convento Caverns and the Soplaera water pool. Salinas features the Olympic Training Center for Puerto Rico and is home to a recreational water park. PONCE CONVENTION CENTER A 92,000 square foot convention center located at the former Multeado Estrella. The center will serve as an anchor for the development of a "Convention District".

COAMO HOT SPRINGS Parador Baños de Coamo

EVENTS & HAPPENINGS

AVERAGE TOURIST STAY

5.6 UNWT’S

ARCHITECTURAL LEGACY

GUÁNICA Parador Guanica 1929

ADJUNTAS Parador Villas Sotomayor

Justas Inter Colegiales PATILLAS Parador Caribbean Paradise

JAYUYA Parador Hacienda Gripinas

7

DAYS PUERTO

33% RICO

2.3

DAYS

PERCENT

ATTRACTION

PORTA CARIBE

TOURISM 2020 VISION forecasts that international arrivals are expected to reach nearly 1.6 billion by the year 2020.

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EVENTS

Archipielago Restaurant at Ponce

LANDMARKS

(IN DAYS)

DAYS CARIBBEAN

CULINARY ART

Plaza Las Delicias at Ponce

LA CRUCETA EL VIGÍA Ponce

VISITORS FROM

54%

FACTS

VISITORS FROM PERCENT

UNITED STATES

7.5%

VISITORS FROM PERCENT

CANADA

24%

PERCENT

EUROPE

Puerto Rico is the easternmost of the Greater Antilles (18 15 N, 66 30 W), and the fourth largest island in the Caribbean after Cuba, Hispaniola (which comprises the Dominican Republic and Haiti), and Jamaica.

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TOURISM SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HOTELS TO STAY

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PONCE HILTON GOLF & CASINO RESORT The Hotel Melia is a symbol of excelent service and hospitality in Ponce, Owned by the Melia family for more than a Century

READY, SET : COME VISIT US!

COPAMARINA BEACH RESORT & SPA at Guánica

TECHNOSCAPE

MARITIME PORTS REGION MAIN PORT

PORT OF THE AMERICAS

CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL 250,000 TEUS TWENTY-FOOT EQUIVALENT UNITS (TEUS) PER YEAR YARD CAPACITY

$84.4 MILLION

EXPANSION ANNUAL CONTAINER CAPACITY OF UP TO

500,000 TEUS HOTEL RAMADA PONCE Discover a tropical paradise when you book into our Ramada Ponce hotel near Plaza de las Delicias.

HOTEL MELIA PONCE AT PONCE HISTORIC DISTRICT The Hotel Melia is a symbol of excelent service and hospitality in Ponce, Owned by the Melia family for more than a Century.

FUTURE PORT DEVELOPMENT PHASES ENVISION A TERMINAL FACILITY WITH ANNUAL THROUGHPUT CAPACITY OF

HOTEL BELGICA at Ponce Historic District

2.2 MILLION TEUS

AIRPORTS REGION MAIN AIRPORT

MERCEDITA AIRPORT

COMERCIAL, PRIVATE & CORPORATE FLIGHTS

207,467 PASSENGERS

510% INCREASE IN 10 YEARS BEST WESTERN HOTEL AT GUAYANILLA HOWARD JOHNSON HOTEL PONCE Best Western Pichi's Hotel Conv. Ctr & Casino Best Western Pichi's Hotel Conv. Ctr & Casino

AIR TRAVEL ROUTES & FLIGHTS Flying time from San Juan is half an hour

THE HOLIDAY INN & EL TROPICAL CASINO PONCE The hotel is located on top of a panoramic hill with a breathtaking view of the Caribbean Sea

MERCEDITA AIRPORT, PONCE

PASSENGER MOVEMENT YEAR PASSENGERS

AS OF 2005

PORTA CARIBE

REGISTERED ROOMS

ROOMS AVAILABILITY

WEATHER

1,027

AS OF 2005

PORTA CARIBE

TOTAL REGISTRIES

164,036

49,991 RESIDENTS 114,045 OCCUPANCY 53% NON-RESIDENTS

INBOUND TOURISM BY

PURPOSE OF VISIT 2009

Leisure, recreation and holidays VFR, health and religion, other Visiting Friends and Relatives

Business and professional Not specified

27%

51%

40,656 27,364 19,681 20,732 78,167 196,445 249,044 236,898 194,942

2010

207,467

15% 7%

The island, with an area of 3,435 square miles (9,000 sq. km)-110 miles long by 39 miles wide-has a mountainous interior and is surrounded by a wide coastal plain, where the majority of the population lives. Rainfall averages 69 inches (175 cm) per year and year-around temperatures range from 74°F (23°C) in the winter to 81°F (27°C) in the summer.

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2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007. 2008 2009

Fly time to San Juan New York - 3 1/2 hrs. Atlanta - 3 1/2 hrs. Dallas - 4 1/2 hrs. Caracas - 2 hrs. Newark - 3 hrs. Miami - 2 1/2 hrs. Madrid - 7 1/2 hrs. Boston - 4 hrs. Philadelphia - 3 hrs. Mexico City - 3 hrs.

3.5 hours airtime from New York, 60 minutes from Caracas, and at only 4-

TRAVEL TIME days sailing from Atlantic ports in the U.S. and ports in the Gulf of Mexico.

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SEASON IS ON: ALL YEAR LONG

1

RECREATION

AGUIRRE GOLF CLUB Salinas

EL LEGADO GOLF RESORT Guayama

COAMO SPRINGS GOLF CLUB Coamo

COSTA CARIBE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Ponce

ISLAND OF CAJA DE MUERTOS, PONCE Just five miles south of Ponce you will find a beautiful little island known as Caja de Muertos Island. This small island is only about 2.75 km long and 1.85 km wide but it is home to an abundance of animal life. All 202 hectares of the island is a nature reserve.

2

SAILING Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club

KAYAKING Ballena’s Cay, Guánica

SNORKELING & SCUBA DIVING Guanica Gilligan's Island

PUNTA VENTANA BEACH Guayanilla

LA GUACHA BEACH AND BOARDWALK Ponce

WAATERSPORTS WA TERSPORTS & COMPETITIONS The south coast of Puerto Rico spans some 100 miles of pristine coastlines, bays and beaches, ideal for watery adverntures. Scuba dive a coral wall, snorkle among tropical fish, kayak through luminescent bays, sail on teal blue waters, fish, or simply enjoy a fun-filled day with the family.

3

COASTLINE

BALLENA BEACH Guánica

BEACHES, SCENERY

BLUE FLAG BEACH CERTIFIED

The south region of Puerto Rico is a hidden paradise of gorgeous scenery and spectacular sunsets. A romantic get away for couples, the coast’s secluded beaches, panoramic vistas, and crystaline waters wash the stress away.

4 PLAIN SIMPLE, YOU WILL LOVE THE EXPERIENCE!

WATERSPORTS

FISIHING Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club

NATURAL ECOSYSTEM

MANGLILLOS BEACH Guánica

DRY FOREST RESERVE Guánica

LA POSA DE DON JUAN Peñuelas

MIRADOR PIEDRA DEGUETAU Aibonito

ECO-TRAVELING, AAVELING, MOUNTAINS & SIGHTSEEING

The natural ecosystem of the region has an internationally recognized bio-diversity. In 30 minutes go from a lush jungle-like mountainous area to the Guánica Dry Forest, where more than 700 plant species and natural wildlife make for great hikes, bird watching and photography.

61,556 JOBS CREATED DIRECT, INDIRECT & INDUCED AS OF 2010

ADVENTURE RELAXATION EXPLORE

In recognition of the importance of tourism to Caribbean economies, many of our neighbors have developed and implemented tourism programs that raise the awareness and profile of their distinctive offers. We’ve gone one better. The south region of Puerto Rico is a place for adventure, relaxation, exploration and discovery. For every occasion – weddings, business incentive travel and conferences, and family vacations – the season is on. With the caribbean sea and spectacular mountain ranges as the backdrop, tourists come for the golf, a natural ecosystem, extreme sports, fishing and even high culture. It’s all here in Porta Caribe, ready to embrace you with tropical weather all year long.

DISCOVER

MEDIASCAPE

Banos de Coamo offers the most ancient hot thermal baths in the Americas. According to legend the springs are the fountain of youth that Juan Ponce de León was seeking.

PUERTO RICO TOURISM HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2009 VISITOR ARRIVALS

3.6 MILLION

Tourist Arrivals

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ACCOMMODATION STATISTICS

AS OF 2008

1.20 MILLION

Cruise Passengers

1.3 MILLION

Hotel Registrations

13,311 ROOMS

Available

Room Occupancy

65.8% RATES

VISITOR PROFILE

TOURIST ARRIVALS BY PLACE OF STAY

36.0%

Hotels & Guest House

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TOURISM SOUTH PUERTO RICO CAFE MELAO A sensual, delicious, passionate fusion of flavors and cuisine pleasantly surprises the visitor with its vibrant

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO LA CAVA Ponce Hilton & Casino Resort

EL NEGOCIO DE PANCHI Ponce

THE RIGHT DECISION

LA BODEGA DE MÉNDEZ A sanctuary when it comes to wine. Here the most demanding palates can find wines from around the world.

FINANSCAPE

Puerto Rico Tourism Company offers a multitude of custom financial incentives to make tourism investment an arractive prospect. Leverage tax credits, exemptions on income and construction tax, take advantage of employment incentives and Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank, offering preferred interest rates and terms for qualified investors. LOLA ECLECTIC CUISINE A sensual, delicious, passionate fusion of flavors and colors, this eclectic cuisine pleasantly surprises the visitor with its vibrant atmosphere.

ALSUR RESTAURANT AT THE MUSEUM RESTAURANT COSTA CARIBE An explosion of flavors and a high Enjoy the most spectacular view of Ponce and concept cuisine at Ponce MAP. taste the exquisite cuisine of the Islands.

ARCHIPIELAGO RESTAURANT AND BAR A two-floor structure designed to enjoy the most spectacular view of Ponce and taste the exquisite cuisine of the Islands.

CULINARY ARTS

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WORLDS BEST COFFEE, FOOD & DRINKS South Puerto Rico boasts a culinary offer thats as diverse as it is delicious, in a boutique dining atmosphere perfect for people with discerning tastes. Here criole cuisine bursts flavorful with the freshest tropical ingredients.

Salinas

GASTRONOMY LA CASA DE LAS TIAS Ponce Historical District

CABUQUI RESTAURANT & BAR Ponce Historical District

CHEF ROBERTO OQUENDO QLANTRO Yauco

LA GUARDARRAYA RESTAURANT, GUAYANILLA Home to the Famous Chuletas Can Can

CHEZ MADEMOISELLE COCO Juana Diaz

LA CASA DEL CHEF Ponce Historical District

EL RINCON ARGENTINO Ponce Historical District

BEST CUSTOMER SATISFACTION LEVELS 1. FINANCING

2.INCENTIVES/TAX CREDITS

PUERTO RICO TOURIST DEVELOPMENT FUND

ACT NO. 212 OF AUGUST 29, 2002, KNOWN AS THE " LEY PARA LA REHABILITACIÓN DE LOS CENTROS URBANOS"

100% exemption on municipal construction excise tax

Investment of $500

MM - fixed tax rate of 25%

"TOURISM INCENTIVES FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES ACT" (ACT NO. 118 OF 2010)

100% exemption on taxes on imported goods and sales tax

Investment of $750

MM - fixed tax rate of 15%

100% exemption on municipal licenses

Investment of

PUERTO RICO PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AUTHORITY INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE AUTHORITY PUERTO RICO INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST, EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FACILITIES FINANCING AUTHORITY

"TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ACT OF PUERTO RICO" (ACT NO. 74 OF 2010)

90% exemption on income tax

TOURISM AND OTHER RELATED SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATISTICS

AY

64 %

Private/Unregistered/Other

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$3.535 BILLION

Total Expenditure

$1.0 B - fixed tax rate of 10%

Investment of $1.25

B - fixed tax rate of 8%

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

90% exemption on property tax

$104 MILLION

Tourism Budget

.9 % HOTEL & RESTAURANT Contribution to GDP

$92.93 BILLION

GDP at Factor Cost

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

JAN

FEB

APR

CERRO LA PUNTA (1,338 M)

CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY

MOUNTAINS

MOUNTAINS, TTAINS, BEACHES, SCENERY & SIGHTSEEING

PICTURE PERFECT BEACHES

5 LARGEST MOUNTAINS +11 NATURE SPOTS: LAKES, RIVERS & MORE +15 PICTURE PERFECT BEACHES

NATURE RELATED ACTIVITES & EVENTS

MANGLILLO BEACH

SANTA BEACH

WILDLIFE REFUGES & RESERVES

GILLIGAN’S ISLAND

ROMANCE

SCIENCE, NATURE & EDUCATION

LA PARGUERA PHOSPHORESCENT BAY

+23 HOTELS, INNS & BED & BREAKFASTS COUNTLESS INSPIRING VIEWS, SIGHT-SEEING & SOOTHING SCENERY

PLACES TO GO DIVING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

18 MUSEUMS 13 HISTORIC SITES & FORTS 5 PERFORMING ARTS CENTERS

GASTRONOMY

WORLD’S BEST COFFEE, FOOD & DRINKS +10 COFFEE HACIENDAS +54 REGISTERED RESTAURANTS & MESONES

SAN BLAS DE ILLESCAS MARATHON

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LAS MAREAS BEACH

PUNTA GUILARTE BEACH

EL TUQUE BEACH

POZUELO BEACH

ESCONDIDA BEACH

SERRA BEACH

FESTIVAL MONTE Y MAR

COSTA CARIBE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB

EVENTS SEASON STARTS

FIESTA DE REYES ISABELINOS

FESTIVAL DE TEATRO LUIS TORRES NADAL FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN BLAS ILLESCAS

CARNIVALS FESTIVAL JIBARO DE TOMATE COFFEE HARVEST FESTIVAL

CALENDAR BASED ACTIVITY

PONCE CRAFTS FAIR

EMERALD OF THE SOUTH CARNIVAL

CARNAVAL DE GUAYAMA

SALINAS ABEY CARNIVAL

FESTIVAL DE LA CHIRINGA

CAJA DE MUERTOS ISLAND

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN BENITO ABAD

LOS ROSARIOS DE CRUZ

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN JOSE

FIESTAS DE CRUZ

FESTIVAL SAPO TORO

CARITE LAKE

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO

CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY

PICHI'S STEAKHOUSE & SEAFOOD (SEA FOOD/STEAK/INTERNATIONAL)

CARNIVALS DINING IN THE SOUTH AREA

PATRIA MIA (PUERTO RICAN)

LA GUARDARRAYA (PUERTO RICAN) HACIENDA RESTAURANTE CAMPO ALEGRE (PUERTO RICAN)

FEB

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE NUESTRA SRA. DEL CARMEN FIESTAS VIRGEN DEL CARMEN FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SANTIAGO APOSTOL

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN JOAQUIN & SANTA ANA CELEBRACION LLEGADA DE JUAN PONCE DE LEON

MARATON FEMENINO

MARATON CARLOS BAEZ

PUERTO RICAN RACE FESTIVAL

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SAN RAMON NONATO FIESTAS PATRONALES NUESTRA SENORA DE LA MONSERRATE

STARTS COFFEE SEASON

FESTIVAL DEL MARISCO

ARCHIPIELAGO (INTERNATIONAL) LA CAVA (ITALIAN)

SUN SOLSTICE

LAS MANANITAS FIESTAS PUERTORRIQUENAS

JAYUYA INDIAN FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL NAVIDENO

FESTIVAL AREYTO CARNAVAL DEL CEMI

FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA

FESTIVAL JIBARO

FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA

FESTIVAL DEL PAVO

CALENDAR BASED ACTIVITY

CARNAVAL DEL JUEY

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO

FESTIVAL DE HARINA FESTIVAL DEL NAME

HACIENDA SAN PEDRO HACIENDA GRIPINAS HACIENDA MONTE ALTO

HACIENDA CUATRO SOMBRAS

HACIENDA PATRICIA HACIENDA POMARROSA HACIENDA BUENA VISTA

HACIENDA ANA

BANOS DE COAMO (PUERTO RICAN) EL MEZON DE ALFONSO (PUERTO RICAN)

HACIENDA CAFE BELLO HACIENDA SAFRA COSTA MARINA (SEA FOOD) BRANDEMAR (SEA FOOD)

COSTA BRAVA (SEA FOOD) EL SABOR DE MI TIERRA (PUERTO RICAN)

CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY 90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

FIESTAS PATRONALES INMACULADA CONCEPCION DE MARIA

SEMANA PUERTORRIQUENA

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

MAY

PUERTO RICO BASEBALL SEASON

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE NUESTRA VIRGEN DEL ROSARIO

GASTRONOMY APR

BASEBALL SEASON STARTS

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE SANTIAGO APOSTOL CARNAVAL DE LA YUCA

CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY

SUN EQUINOX

FIESTAS PATRONALES NUESTRA SENORA DE LA MONSERRATE

FIESTAS PATRONALES DE NUESTRA SRA. DEL CARMEN

EL PATIO RESTAURANT (PUERTO RICAN) CAFE MEDITERRANEO (PUERTO RICAN)

87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

JAN

EL LEGADO GOLF RESORT

CARNAVAL DEL PUEBL0

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO

MAVI CARNIVAL

FESTIVALS

ESTADIO FRANCISCO "PAQUITO" MONTANER AGUIRRE GOLF CLUB

DESFILE DEL 25 DE JULIO

CARNAVAL DEL JUEY FESTIVAL DEL MANGO

CHARCO AZUL

DISCOVER THE CARIBBEAN SAILBOAT REGATTA

SEMANA LLORENSIANA

CULTURAL EVENTS

FOOD FESTIVAL & EVENTS

MARAVILLA (1,182M)

AGUIRRE FOREST RESERVE

ALBERGUE OLIMPICO

SEMANA DE LA DANZA

CARNAVAL FLOR DE MAYO

PUERTO RICO INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

SPORTS COAMO SPRING GOLF & TENNIS CLUB

CARNAVAL DE PATILLAS

FESTIVAL DE LA CIDRA FESTIVAL DEL GIGANTE FIESTA NEGRA

ELEVATION: 1205 M

ROMANCE POTRERO LOS LLANOS

GRAND PRIX

MOUNTAIN % TEMPERATURE CERRO MARAVILLA SUBSTATION

NATURE

CAJA DE MUERTOS RESERVE LUCCHETTI LAKE

ADVENTURE

FERIA Y EXPOSICION DE CABALLOS

CARNAVAL DE ARROYO

KEY: CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY CALENDAR BASED ACTIVITY SOUTH REGION ACTIVITIES & EVENTS SOUTH REGION PLACES

RODEO BEACH

LA VENTANA BEACH

TORO NEGRO FOREST RESERVE

FERIA DULCES SUENOS CARNAVAL BRUJO

FESTIVALS

JAUCA BEACH

GUAYABAL LAKE

JUSTAS LAI FINALS SPORT ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

PATRIMONIAL AATRIMONIAL HERITTAGE, ART & FOLKLORE

TRES PICACHOS (1,204 M)

TAMARINDO BEACH

FESTIVAL PLAYA DE PONCE

PUERTO RICO BASEBALL SEASON FINAL

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

GUILARTE (1,205 M)

TRES PICACHOS

GOLF COURSES

SOLSTICE DEC 21

ROSAS (1,267 M)

GARZAS LAKE

CERRO PUNTA

NOV

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

EMAJAGUA BEACH

LA GUANCHA PASEO TABLADO

4 GOLF COURSES 1 OLIMPIC CLASS ATHLETIC COMPOUND

3. CULTURAL EVENTS

FESTIVAL DE PLAYA

OCT

CANA GORDA BEACH

TIME/ACTIVITY SYNCHRONISATION

INTERNATIONAL AATIONAL EVENTS, GOLF & WA WATERSPORTS ATERSPORTS

CANA GORDA PUNTA BALLENA RESERVE

PONCE

ECO-TRAVELING AAVELING AND EXCITEMENT

SPORTS

EQUINOX SEPT 21

AUG

PARGUERA

2. ADVENTURE

+6 WILDLIFE REFUGEES & RESERVES +2 PLACES TO DIVE

JUL

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

JABONCILLO BEACH

RELAX, LAYBACK AAYBACK & ENJOY

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

MAY

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

TIMESCAPE

1. NATURE

EQUINOX MAR 21

AUG

SUN EQUINOX

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

COAST % TEMPERATURE PONCE SUBSTATION

ELEVATION: 50 M

SUN SOLSTICE

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TOURISM SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

BAHIA’S RESTAURANT & BAR PONCE PLAYA

BAHIA’S RESTAURANT & BAR PONCE PLAYA Bahias’s Waterfront Restaurant at Ponce's is known for its culinary fusion between international cuisine, creole and caribbean.

TOURISM

EL ANCLA RESTAURANT PONCE PLAYA The En Ancla moves out into the sea from the rocky coastline. The waves lashing against the restaurant, builds a massive sense of the deep.

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PONCE’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANTS

Parador Hacienda Gripiñas

Parador Villas Sotomayor

141 Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

10

503

505 149

2

150

163

52 1

116

713

Pichi's Hotel Convention Center & Casino

Parador Guánica 1929

Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa in Guanica

Parador Caribbean Paradise

Howard Johnson Hotel Ponce

Quality Inn El Tuque, Ponce

Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort

Holiday Inn Ponce & Tropical Casino

Parador Baños de Coamo

Hotel Melia Hotel Belgica Hotel Ramada

Legend

Urban Center

Green Area

Hotels

Maritime Port

Department Stores

Historic Sugar Mills

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Parador

Airport

Cinema

Panoramic Route

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Tourist Interest Zones

Shoping Center

Banks

Main Road Network

Historic Places

Shoping Center More than (4)

Historic Coffee Plantations

Natural Reserve

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MUNICIPAL TOURISM ASSETS

2

Copamarina Beach Resort and Spa

2

Historic Lighthouse of Guánica Hacienda Santa Rita

1

Guánica Tourist Zone

1

Historic Sugar Mill Guánica in Ensenada

Agostini Residence Césari Residence

Parador, Guánica

8

1

Maritime Port of Guánica Bay

1

Santander Bank of Puerto Rico

Franceschi Antongiorgi Residence

Muñoz Residence Amill Chalet Masonic Lodge González Vivaldi Residence Ideal Theater

7 4

1

Santa Clara Coffee Plantation

4

Yauco 4 Shopping Center Yauco Gallery Yauco Plaza I Shopping Center Yauco Plaza II Shopping Center

1

Kmart

1

Yauco Plaza Cinema

4

BBVA Popular Bank of Puerto Rico Santander Bank of PR First Bank

1 2 2 1 1 12

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4 2 10

Holiday Inn and Tropical Casino Inn Fox Delicias Hotel Howard Johnson Ponce Hilton Ponce Hotel & Casino Quality Inn El Tuque Hotel Bélgica Hotel Meliá

Ponce U.S. Customs Castillo Serrallés Tibes Indian Ceremonial Center Hacienda Buena Vista Ponce Tourist Zone Hacienda Buena Vista Coffee Plantation Hacienda Patricia Coffee Plantation

Sugar Mill Central Constancia Sugar Mill Mercedita Las Americas Maritime Port Merceditas International Airport

1

San Ramón Nonato Historic Church

1

Central Boca Chica Historic Sugar Mill

3

Juana Diaz Shopping Center Plaza Juana Díaz Plaza Las Lomas

1

Kmart

3

BBVA Popular Bank of Puerto Rico Santander Bank of PR

1

El Coqui Posada Familiar

Paradors

Airport

Historic Places

Shoping Center

Tourist Zones

Department Stores

Historic Sugar Mills

Cinema

Historic Coffee Plantations

Banks

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Hotels

1

Pichi's Hotel & Convention Center

3

Marina de Salinas Pasadas El Nautico

2

Monte Rio Hotel Parador Villas Sotomayor

2

Rufina Historic Sugar Mill San Francisco Historic Sugar Mill

1

Aguirre and Jobos Bay Tourist Zone

1

Puente de las Cabañas

1

Central Caribe Historic Sugar Mill

2

Café Bello Coffee Plantation Safra Coffee Plantation

1

Pellejas Historic Sugar Mill

1 1 1

Guayanilla Maritime Port

Puerta La Bahia Hotel & Restaurant

Santa Elena Inc. Shopping Center

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

1

Plaza Salinas Shopping Center

1

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

1

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

Los Caobos Shopping Center Plaza del Caribe Centro del Sur Mall Marvesa Shopping Building El Monte Town Center Glenview Gardens Shopping Center La Rambla Plaza Plaza San Cristobal Ponce Mall Ponce Town Center The New Ponce Shopping Center L.P. Valle Real

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ETS

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

1

Central Lafallete Historic Sugar Mill

1

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

2

BBVA Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

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Hacienda Santa Isabel

1

Central Cortada Historic Sugar Mill

1

Santa Isabel Airport

2

Oasis Plaza Santa Isabel Plaza

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

2

Hacienda Vives Cayey Bridge (#181)

1

Tourist Interest Zone of Aguirre and Jobos Bay

3

Central Aguirre Historic Sugar Mill Central Guamaní Historic Sugar Mill Central MacheteHistoric Sugar Mill

1

Guayama Maritime Port

4

Guayama Business Center La Fuente Town Center 1 Guayama Mall Plaza Walmart Plaza

2

Kmart Walmart

1

Guayama Cinema

4

BBVA Popular Bank of Puerto Rico Santander Bank of PR First Bank

1 1

Central Hermina Historic Sugar Mill

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

Baños de Coamo Hotel

2 1

Las Minas River Bridge (#173) Coamo Bridge (#174)

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ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEM

3

Patillas Airport

3 Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

Santa Barbara Historic Sugar Mill

Coamo Plaza Shopping Center

1 2

Hacienda Ana Coffee Plantation Hacienda San Pedro Coffee Plantation Hacienda Gripiñas Coffee Plantation

Tourist Interest Zone of Coamo

1 1

Hacienda Casa Taina Hacienda Gripiñas Posada Jayuya

Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

BBVA Popular Bank of Puerto Rico

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ART & CULTURE

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

CULTURAL IDENTITY

CULTURAL ZONES

ACTIVITY

TECHNOSCAPE

FINANSCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY

CULTURAL PROMOTERS

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

FOLK ART & CRAFTS, MUSIC, DANCE & THEATER

CULTURAL HERITAGE

MUSEUMS, THEATERS & HISTORIC PLACES

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HISTORIC URBAN CENTERS & PLACES OF INTEREST

INSTITUTES, ASSOCIATIONS & PRIVATE PROMOTERS

BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

ASSETS, ADDED VALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Tibes Indigenous Ceremonial Center, Ponce

The most important arqueological site in the Caribbean. It represents the continuous habitation of indigenous people more than 1,000 years before Colombus.

HERITAGE, LEGACY & ARCHAEOLOGY

Hacienda Buena Vista , Ponce

Located in the mountains between Ponce and Adjuntas, this is one of only five working coffee plantations in the world that functions to this day using water power.

HISTORY & ARCHITECTURE

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Carnaval de Ponce

The Ponce Carnival was selected by the Travel Channel for inclusion in their upcoming series on Great Carnivals of the World.

FOLK ARTS, MUSIC & CRAFTS

Ponce Museum of Art

The Museo de Arte de Ponce invites you on a journey that will free your imagination, enrich your senses, and transform your world.

ART, MUSEUMS & THEATERS

The cities of south Puerto Rico are cultural bastions. These cities are home to important cultural producers in the world of music, performing arts, visual arts and cultural philanthropy. The cultural agenda of the South Region is a cosmopolitan offering with a variety of constant and itinerant events of international relevance. South Puerto Rico has a high-caliber cultural infrastructure of theaters, fine arts centers, and museums of art, history and music. The cultural agenda of the South is linked with national and international institutions of cultural production. The cultural program is strongly supported by strategic alliances between the public sector, private sector and nonprofit organizations are vital to the national cultural production. Universities of the South Region are important promoters and producers of cultural activities.

Flaming June is a painting by Lord Frederic Leighton Victorian Painting from Museo de Arte de Ponce

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CULTURAL IDENTITY

PONCE CARNIVAL

ETHNOSCAPE

The diversity and vitality of the cultural agenda of south Puerto Rico is reflected in the annual celebration over 90 cultural festivals. The cultural production of the South honors the traditions and customs that celebrate Southern identity through arts and crafts, dances, festivals, exhibitions and shows. Artistic painters, sculptors, actors, singers, musicians, orchestras, actors, craftsmen and producers have all brought glory to Puerto Rico internationally.

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REGISTERED ARTISANS IN THE REGION

Leather Paintings Crystal & Porcelain Musical Instruments Masks Needlework Clay Carving Wood Other

5%

21%

7%

11% 19% 14% 15%

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

CULTURAL EVENTS 9

2 1

4

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12-AIBONITO

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FESTIVAL DE LA CHAPITA FESTIVAL DEL BATE DE BAMBU Y DE LA BOLA DE GOMA FESTIVAL DE LA HOYA TAPA FESTIVAL DE LAS FLORES FIESTAS PATRONALES MARATON DEL PAVO FESTIVAL DE LA MONTANA

3-ADJUNTAS FESTIVAL DEL GIGANTE FESTIVAL DE LA CIDRA FIESTAS PATRONALES

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The Ponce Municipal Band; the famed and distinct ensemble has been consistently backed by a magnificent group of virtuoso performers, an excellent sound quality and a wide-ranging repertoire. THE ORIGINS OF THE EMBLEMATIC PONCE MUNICIPAL BAND GO BACK TO SEPTEMBER 1883.

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15-ARROYO CARNAVAL DE ARROYO FIESTA NEGRA FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO FIESTAS DE NAVIDAD

10-COAMO MARATON SAN BLAS FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL DE LAS FLORES FESTIVAL DE LA YUCA FESTIVAL DEL JUEY FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA

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15

16

1-GUANICA

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO FIESTAS PATRONALES PARADA DEL 25 DE JULIO CELEBRACION DE JUAN PONCE DE LEON

14-GUAYAMA FESTIVAL DEL CABALLO DE PASO FINO: DULCE SUENO FESTIVAL DE GUAYAMA FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL DEL JIBARO SEMANA DE LA PUERTORRIQUENIDAD

PONCE MUNICIPAL BAND

THE 42 MEMBER BAND HAS POMPOUSLY PERFORMED IN SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL VENUES

THEATHRICAL PERFORMANCES “ CABARET”

RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS

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CARNAVAL DE PONCE IS CELEBRATED EACH YEAR AND COINCIDES WITH MARDI GRAS OF NEW ORLEANS AND CARNEVALE OF VENICE AND RIO DE JANEIRO.

MUSIC, DANCE & THEATHRICAL PERFORMANCES

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The Ponce Carnival was selected by the Travel Channel for inclusion in their upcoming series on Great Carnivals of the World. Celebrating its 153rd anniversary in 2011, it is considered one of the oldest of the Western Hemisphere.

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Las Mañanitas in Ponce, Held every year on December 12 at 5am. A religious procession led by mariachis singing songs in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the city's patron saint. PONCE’S WINTER TRADITION OF LAS MAÑANITAS STARTED IN 1965.

4-GUAYANILLA FESTIVAL DEL ESTUDIANTE FESTIVAL PLAYERO FESTIVAL DE LA CRUZ FESTIVAL DE LA PESCA FESTIVAL DE MARISCOS FESTIVAL FARAZO CARNAVAL MARATON DE LA MUJER FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVIDADES NAVIDENAS

6-JAYUYA

8-JUANA DIAZ

16-PATILLAS

5-PENUELAS

DIA DE LOS REYES MAGOS FESTIVAL DEL TOMATE MARATON DE LA MONSERRATE FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL NACIONAL INDIGENA CELEBRACION DE NAVIDAD-BOSQUE MAGICO

FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL DE LA ESMERALDA DEL SURESTE FESTIVAL DE LA HARINA FESTIVAL DEL NAME

FESTIVAL DE REYES FESTIVAL DEL MAVI FESTIVAL DEL SAPO CONCHO SEMANA LLORENSIANA FIESTAS PATRONALES FIESTAS DE LA PUERTORRIQUENIDAD

FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVAL DEL GUIRO PENOLANO FIESTAS DE LA CRUZ FESTIVAL DEL FLAMBOYAN MARATON SANTO CRISTO DE LA SALUD

THREE KINGS DAY CELEBRATION IN PUERTO RICO TAKES PLACE EVERY YEAR IN THE TOWN OF JUANA DIAZ.

7-PONCE

CARNAVAL DE PONCE FERIA DE ARTESANIAS FERIA DE TURISMO DE PUERTO RICO SEMANA DE LA DANZA FIESTAS DE LA CALLE ISABEL COMPETENCIAS FRANKIE COLON NIDOS DE LAS JICOTEAS FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA FIESTAS PATRONALES LAS MANANITAS JUSTAS INTERUNIVERSITARIAS

13-SALINAS

9-VILLALBA

11-SANTA ISABEL AGROFERIA CARNAVAL DEL CEMI

2-YAUCO

FESTIVAL DEL CACIQUE ABEY CARNAVAL DE SALINAS FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO FESTIVAL DEL MOJO ISLENO FIESTAS PATRONALES CAMPEONATO NACIONAL DE PASO FINO

FESTIVAL DEL MANGO FESTIVAL DEL JUEY FIESTAS PATRONALES

FESTIVAL DEL PAVO

FIESTAS PATRONALES MARATON DE PUERTO RICO FESTIVAL DEL AREYTO CARNAVAL DEL GANDUL MARATON CARLOS BAEZ

FESTIVAL NACIONAL DEL CAFE FUNDACION DEL PUEBLO DE YAUCO FIESTAS PATRONALES

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ART & CULTURE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CULTURAL HERITAGE

HERITAGE

TAINO HIEROGLYPHS, JAYUYA

TIBES, PONCE

TAINO SUN, JAYUYA

Tibes is the oldest Antillean Indian ceremonial and sports complex yet uncovered in Puerto Rico. Within its boundaries is also the largest indigenous cemetery yet discovered. Based on the orientation of the ceremonial plazas, this is also believed to be the oldest astronomical observatory in the Antilles.

TECHNOSCAPE

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MUSEUMS

In Puerto Rico's second-largest city, Ponce, The Ponce Museum of Art houses the most extensive art collection in the Caribbean. It includes the works of European masters, including Velazquez, Rubins and Rodin, as well as Puerto Rican and Incan pieces.

PONCE MUSEUM OF ART

An architectural renaissance and renovation is taking place in Ponce. At the turn of the century, Ponce rivaled San Juan as an affluent business and cultural center. When the Ponce revitalization plan – arguably the most extensive ever undertaken in the West Indies – is completed, visitors will be able to stroll along gaslit streets lined with historic structures. As old-fashioned horse-drawn carriages clop by Strollers will enjoy sidewalks edged with pink marble.

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THEATERS Housed in a 19th century neoclassical building, the Teatro la Perla, with its outstanding acoustics, hosts numerous world-class productions throughout the year.

LA PERLA THEATER, PONCE

FINE ARTS, PENUELAS

GUAYAMA THEATER

FINE ART CENTER, GUAYAMA

9 HISTORIC HACIENDA CARLOTA, GUAYAMA

ARCHITECTURE & HISTORIC PLACES An architectural renaissance and renovation is taking place in the Region. When completed, visitors will be able to stroll along illuminated streets surrounded by classical architecture. SALINAS CITY HALL

CAUTINO HOUSE, GUAYAMA

SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA CHURCH, GUAYAMA

HERITAGE

MUSEUMS

WRITTEN STONE, JAYUYA TIBES INDIGENOUS CEREMONIAL CENTER, PONCE

HISTORY MUSEUM, COAMO ART AND HISTORY MUSEUM, GUANICA CASA CAUTINO MUSEUM, GUAYAMA EL CEMI MUSEUM, JAYUYA SANTOS REYES MAGOS MUSEUM, JUANA DIAZ PEDRO ALBIZU CAMPOS HISTORY MUSEUM, PATILLAS RAMON “BONYE” RIVERA HISTORY MUSEUM, PENUELAS CASA ALONSO MUSEUM, PONCE PONCE MUSEUM OF ART, PONCE CASTILLO SERRALLES MUSEUM, PONCE

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CENTRO CULTURAL ANGEL R. ORTIZ, AIBONITO FRANCISCO “PANCHO” COIMBRE MUSEUM, PONCE MASSACRE MUSEUM, PONCE PUERTO RICAN MUSIC MUSEUM, PONCE PUERTO RICAN SPORTS MUSEUM, SALINAS OLYMPIC MUSEUM OF PUERTO RICO, SANTA ISABEL CASA PAOLI MUSEUM, PONCE CASA WIECHERS-VILLARONGA MUSEUMS, PONCE PONCE HISTORY MUSEUM, PONCE ANTIGUO PARQUE DE BOMBAS MUSEUM, PONCE BALDORIOTY DE CASTRO NATIONAL PANTHEON & AUTONOMIST MUSEUM, PONCE

THEATERS JOSE E. LUGO THEATER, ADJUNTAS CONVENTION CENTER, ARROYO RENACIMIENTO THEATER, ARROYO GUAYAMA THEATER, GUAYAMA ADOLFO PORRATA DORIA EXPOTHEATER, GUAYAMA ADOLFO PORRATA DORIA AMPHITHEATER, GUAYAMA ELENA RIVERA GUTIERREZ THEATER, PENUELAS LA PERLA THEATER, PONCE COQUI THEATER, AGUIRRE, SALINAS

31 ARCHITECTURE & HISTORIC LEGACY HISTORIC AREA, GUAYAMA HISTORIC AREA, COAMO HISTORIC AREA, ARROYO HISTORIC AREA, PONCE PONCE CONVENTION CENTER GUANICA LIGHTHOUSE ARROYO LIGHTHOUSE HACIENDA VIVES, GUAYAMA ADUANA DE PONCE

CASTILLO SERRALLES, PONCE MASONIC LODGE, YAUCO CASA CESARI, YAUCO CASA MUNOZ, YAUCO FRANCESCHI ANTONGIORGI HOUSE, YAUCO CASA AGOSTINI, YAUCO IDEAL THEATRE, YAUCO AMILL CHALET, YAUCO GONZALEZ VIVALDI, YAUCO

COAMO BRIDGE (#174), COAMO HACIENDA BUENA VISTA, PONCE PUENTE DE LAS CABANAS, ADJUNTAS CASA CAUTINO, GUAYAMA CASA ALONSO, PONCE CASA PAOLI, PONCE CASA WIECHERS-VILLARONGA, PONCE ANTIGUO PARQUE DE BOMBAS, PONCE TEATRO LA PERLA, PONCE

EL PUENTE LA LLOROSA, AIBONITO TRINCHERAS DEL BARRIO ASOMANTE, AIBONITO IGLESIA SAN JOSE, AIBONITO TEATRO GUAYAMA, GUAYAMA SAN RAMON NONATO CHURCH, JUANA DIAZ RIO LAS MINAS BRIDGE (#173), COAMO CAYEY BRIDGE (#181), GUAYAMA HACIENDA SANTA RITA, GUANICA

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CULTURAL ZONES

MUSEUMS & ART

MEDIASCAPE

The variety of high value cultural and historical places is one of the major tourist attractions in the south region. The centenary international cultural exchange that has characterized the south Puerto Rico has allowed the historical development of urban settlements and highly attractive architecture for filming. The film industry, one of the fastest growth industries in recent decades in Puerto Rico, has benefited from a backdrop of historic and natural places that have served as film locations for local and international productions.

“PARQUE DE BOMBAS”, PONCE

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PONCE MASSACRE MUSEUM

HISTORY MUSEUM, COAMO

MUSEUM OF MUSIC, PONCE

CASA ARMSTRONG, PONCE

PONCE HISTORY MUSEUM CASA WIECHERS, PONCE

FOLK, ARTS & CRAFTS

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MODERN REPLICAS OF THE SPANISH COLONIAL TRADITION OF SANTOS

PAPIER-MÂCHÉ CARNIVAL MASKS

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

INSIDE THE HISTORIC MILL RUINS, ARROYO

RUINAS HACIENDA LA ESMERALDA, SANTA ISABEL

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

HISTORY & HERITAGE

Parque de Bombas is a historic firehouse building in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It is one of Puerto Rico's most notable buildings. Some consider it "by far the most easily recognized landmark in the island". It is located at the Plaza Las Delicias town square, directly behind the Ponce Cathedral. The building housed the city's main fire station for many years, and it is now a museum. Its name comes from the mobile hand-pumped fire fighting units the building once housed. It has been heralded both for its historical and architectural roles in Puerto Rican society. It was Puerto Rico's first ever fire station. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on July 12, 1984.

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RUINAS MOLINO, GUAYAMA

HISTORIC LIGHT HOUSE RUINS, GUANICA

LA CHIMENEA, PEÑUELAS

“LA GUANCHA” BOARDWALK, PONCE La Guancha is the name of a popular Caribbean bayside boardwalk in the city of Ponce. It is located at the town's sea shore. It has kiosks selling food and alcoholic beverages. There is also a marina and an open-space stage for social activities and concerts. It also has an observation tower from which the Cardona Island Lighthouse can be seen. A 45-minute boat ride is also available to Caja de Muertos, a small beach island that features the Caja de Muertos Lighthouse.

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ART & CULTURE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CULTURAL PROMOTERS

THEATHER & MUSEUMS

FINANSCAPE

THE INSTITUTE OF PUERTO RICAN CULTURE

FOX DELICIAS, PONCE

“TEATRO IDEAL”, YAUCO

PONCE CULTURAL CENTER

THREE KING’S MUSEUM, JUANA DIAZ

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PUBLIC ART & CRAFTS FAIRS

COFFEE SCULPTURE AT YAUCO

PONCE LETTERS

URBAN PAINT & ART SCULPTURE, YAUCO

FOUNDERS SQUARE, SALINAS

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The Institute manages the Puerto Rico General Archive, as well as the Puerto Rico National Library, has a program on Puerto Rican archeology, sponsors programs in the visual arts, the popular arts and handcrafts, the theatrical arts, and the musical arts, has a branch that publishes books and periodicals, manages a number of museums and parks, and has restored many historic buildings throughout Puerto Rico, as part of its historic zones and monuments program. Many of these buildings have been turned into museums. As an example, as part of a project of restoration of the Ponce Historic Zone, the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture assembled a 13-member team to research and survey what changes would need to be implemented for the restoration of that zone.

MUSEUM CASTILLO SERRALLES

HISTORIC RUINS & PLACES EXPLORATION

“CENTRAL MERCEDITA”, PONCE

“CENTRAL AGUIRRE”, SALINAS

HACIENDA BUENA VISTA, PONCE

EL CEMI MUSEUM, JAYUYA

“CATEDRAL DE NUESTRA SENORA DE GUADALUPE”, PONCE The Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe or simply, Ponce Cathedral, is the cathedral for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ponce located in downtown Ponce, Puerto Rico. The cathedral lies in the middle of Ponce's town square, known as Plaza Las Delicias, located at the center of the Ponce Historic Zone. For its historic significance, the cathedral was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

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Situated next to La Cruceta del Vigía, another well-known landmark that sits atop the rolling hills of the municipality of Ponce, the four-story mansion known as the Castillo Serrallés is a site to behold. Originally the residence for the Serrallés family, owners of the world famous rum distillery that produces Don Q Puerto Rican Rum, the sprawling estate is now one of Ponce’s most visited sites. The building, erected during the 1920s, was designed by Puerto Rican architect Pedro Adolfo De Castro with Spanish and Arabic flourishes, using the Spanish Colonial Revival Style popularized in the United States at the time. The Castillo – or castle – is now a museum dedicated to the history of rum production, as well as the sugarcane industry and its socio-economic impact on the island.

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

JAN

TIMESCAPE

EQUINOX MAR 21

FEB

APR

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

MAY

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

MUSEUM FORT COUNT MIRASOL

ADJUNTAS

FESTIVAL DEL GIGANTE FESTIVAL DE LA CIDRA

MARATON SAN BLAS

MUSEO DE PANCHO COIMBRE

FESTIVAL DE LAS FLORES

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO FIESTAS DE NAVIDAD

CASA CAUTINO MUSEO CASA CAUTINO

FESTIVAL DEL CABALLO DE PASO FINO: DULCE SUEÑO FESTIVAL DE GUAYAMA

FESTIVAL DE LA YUCA

FESTIVAL DEL JUEY

FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA

CELEBRACIÓN DE JUAN PONCE DE LEÓN FIESTAS PATRONALES PARADA DEL 25 DE JULIO

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO

CENTRO DE BELLAS ARTES FIESTAS PATRONALES

HACIENDA IGUALDAD

DÍA DE LOS REYES MAGOS FESTIVAL DEL TOMATE

JAYUYA

FESTIVAL DE REYES

JUANA DIAZ

PENUELAS

THREE WISE MEN MUSEUM

FIESTAS PATRONALES

FESTIVAL DE LA ESMERALDA DEL SURESTE

FIESTAS PATRONALES

FESTIVAL DEL GÜIRO PEÑOLANO FIESTAS DE LA CRUZ

PONCE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS

MUSEO DE ARTE DE PONCE

ESCUELA DE BELLAS ARTES

FESTIVAL DEL CACIQUE ABEY

SALINAS

AGROFERIA

SANTA ISABEL

FESTIVAL DEL MANGO

CULTURAL EVENTS

MARATON SANTO CRISTO DE LA SALUD

FESTIVAL DEL FLAMBOYÁN CAJA DE MUERTOS LIGHTHOUSE

CASA ARMSTRONG-POVENTUD HACIENDA BUENA VISTA

CATEDRAL DE LA GUADALUPE

MUSEO CASTILLO SERRALLES

FIESTAS PATRONALES

PERFORMING ARTS

HISTORIC SITES & FORTS

CULTURE & MUSEUMS

MUSEO CASA WIECHERS-VILLARONGA FIESTAS PATRONALES LAS MAÑANITAS

CAMPEONATO NACIONAL DE PASO FINO

CARNAVAL DEL CEMÍ

FESTIVAL DEL PAVO

FESTIVAL DEL AREYTO

CARNAVAL DEL GANDÚL MARATÓN CARLOS BAEZ

FIESTAS PATRONALES

PERFORMING ARTS CENTERS

87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

FEB

FESTIVAL DE BOMBA Y PLENA

FIESTAS PATRONALES MARATÓN DE PUERTO RICO

FUNDACIÓN DEL PUEBLO DE YAUCO

JAN

MUSEO DE LA MASACRE

FIESTAS PATRONALES

FESTIVAL NACIONAL DEL CAFE

YAUCO

CENTRO CEREMONIAL INDIGENA TIBES

MUSEO DE HISTORIA DE PONCE

FESTIVAL DEL JUEY

MUSEO WALTER MCJONES

VILLALBA

FESTIVAL DE LA HARINA FESTIVAL DEL ÑAME

HISTORIC SITES

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO FESTIVAL DEL MOJO ISLEÑO

CARNAVAL DE SALINAS

FIESTAS DE LA PUERTORRIQUEÑIDAD

FESTIVALS

TEATRO LA PERLA

CENTRAL MERCEDITA

CELEBRACIÓN DE NAVIDAD BOSQUE MÁGICO

FIESTAS PATRONALES

NIDOS DE LAS JICOTEAS FERIA DE TURISMO DE PUERTO RICO FIESTAS DE LA CALLE ISABEL CARNAVAL DE PONCE COMPETENCIAS FRANKIE COLÓN SEMANA DE LA DANZA CASA PAOLI CENTRO DE ARTE Y CULTURA PARQUE DE BOMBAS FERIA DE ARTESANÍAS LA CRUCETA DEL VIGIA

PONCE

FESTIVAL NACIONAL INDIGENA

MARATÓN DE LA MONSERRATE FIESTAS PATRONALES

CACIQUE JAYUYA MONUMENT

SEMANA LLORENSIANA FESTIVAL DEL MABÍ FESTIVAL DEL SAPO CONCHO

PATILLAS

MARATÓN DE LA MUJER FIESTAS PATRONALES FESTIVIDADES NAVIDEÑAS

MUSEO INDIGENA DE JAYUYA

MUSEO CASA CANALES

CEMI MUSEUM

SEMANA DE LA PUERTORRIQUEÑIDAD

FESTIVAL DEL JÍBARO

MUSEUMS

FESTIVAL FARAZO FESTIVAL DEL ESTUDIANTE FESTIVAL PLAYERO FESTIVAL DE LA PESCA CARNAVAL FESTIVAL DE LA CRUZ FESTIVAL DE MARISCOS

GUAYANILLA

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MUSEO CASA PUEBLO

FIESTAS PATRONALES

ANTIGUA HACIENDA

GUAYAMA

18 MUSEUMS 13 HISTORIC SITES & FORTS 5 PERFORMING ART CENTERS

69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

HISTORIC FORTS FARO PUNTA DE LAS FIGURAS

HACIENDA SANTA RITA

SOLSTICE DEC 21

NOV

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

FIESTAS PATRONALES

FIESTAS PATRONALES

GUANICA

HERITAGE, ART & FOLKLORE

OCT

ARROYO TRAIN

COAMO

CULTURAL PROGRAMME

EQUINOX SEPT 21

AUG

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

CARNAVAL DE ARROYO FIESTA NEGRA

ARROYO

JUL

EQUINOX MAR

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

AUG

EQUINOX SEPT

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC

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ART & CULTURE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ART & CULTURE

141 4 41 Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas

Coamo Ponce

Guayanilla Guánica

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

10

503 3

505 5 149 9

2

150 0

163 3

52 1

116 Hacienda Buena Vista Serrallés Castle Museum Yauco Historical Urban Center

Plaza Las Delicias La Guancha Boardwalk

Tibes Precolombian Archaeological Site Caja de Muerto Historical Lighthouse

Ponce History Museum

Aguirre Sugar Mill Ruins

Urban Center

Green Area

Historic Urban Centers

Historic Coffee Plantations

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Historic Places

Historic Lighthouse

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Tourist Zones

Historic Sugar Mill

Main Road Network

Museums

#

Coamo History Museum

Ponce Museum of Art

Guanica Historical Lighthouse

Nature Reserve

713 3

Three Kings Museum

Casa Cautino,Guayama

Legend

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MUNICIPAL ART & CULTURAL ASSETS TERRITORIAL ADDED VALUE RESOURCES

Historic Urban Centers

Historic Lighthouse

Historic Places

Historic Sugar Mills

Tourist Zones

Historic Coffee Plantations

2

Historic Lighthouse of Guánica Hacienda Santa Rita

1

Tourist Interest Zone of Guánica

1

Historic Lighthouse of Guánica

1

Agostini Residence Césari Residence

8

1 Historic Sugar Mill Guánica in Ensenada

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Franceschi Antongiorgi Residence

Muñoz Residence Amill Chalet Masonic Lodge González Vivaldi Residence Theater Ideal

Santa Clara Coffee Plantation

1

Ponce Historic Zone

4

Ponce U.S. Customs Castillo Serrallés Tibes Indian Ceremonial Center Hacienda Buena Vista

1

Ponce Tourist Zone

11

1

San Ramón Nonato Historic Church

1

Santos Reyes Magos Museum

1

Historic Central Boca Chica Sugar Mill

2

Rufina Historic Sugar Mill San Francisco Historic Sugar Mill

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Museums

1

Aguirre and Jobos Bay Tourist Zone

1

Puerto Rican Sports Museum

1

Central Caribe Historic Sugar Mill

1

Puente de las Cabañas

2

Café Bello Coffee Plantation Safra Coffee Plantation

1

Pellejas Sugar Mill

Casa Alonso Museum Museum of Art Castillo Serralles Museum Casa Paoli Museum Casa Wiechers-Villaronga Museum History museum Antiguo Parque de Bombas Museum Baldorioty de Castro National Pantheon & Autonomist Museum Francisco “Pancho” Coimbre Museum Ponce Massacre Museum Puertorrican Music Museum

2

Hacienda Buena Vista Coffee Plantation Hacienda Patricia Coffee Plantation

2

Cayo Cardona Historic Lighthouse Caja de Muertos Historic Lighthouse

2

Central Constancia Sugar Mill Mercedita Sugar Mill

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TS

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

1

Ramón “Bonye” Rivera History Museum

1

Olympic Museum of Puerto Rico

1

Central Cortada Historic Sugar Mill

1

Guayama Historic Zone

2

1

Casa Cautiño Museum

1

Punta de las Figuras Historic Lighthouse

1

1

Central Lafallete Historic Sugar Mill

1 3

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Coamo Historic Zone

Hacienda Vives Cayey Bridge (#181)

2

Las Minas River Bridge (#173) Coamo Bridge (#174)

Aguirre and Jobos Bay Tourist Zone

1

Tourist Interest Zone of Coamo

Casa Cautiño Museum

Central Hermina Historic Sugar Mill

1

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ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEM

1 3 1

El Cemi Museum

Hacienda Ana Coffee Plantation Hacienda San Pedro Coffee Plantation Hacienda Gripiñas Coffee Plantation

Santa Barbara Historic Sugar Mill

History Museum of Coamo

Central Aguirre Historic Sugar Mill Central Guamaní Historic Sugar Mill Central Machete Historic Sugar Mill

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

EDUCATION

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO: CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

ACADEMIC REACH

COMPETITIVENESS

ACTIVITY

TECHNOSCAPE

FINANSCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY

FINANCIAL AID AND GRANTS

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS, POPULAR DEGREES & ACCREDITATION

INNOVATIVE ECOSYSTEM

CAMPUS, MUSEUMS & LIBRARIES, TV & RADIO STATIONS

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ASSOCIATES, BACHELORS, MASTERS & PROFESIONAL MD

TUITION FEES & FINANCIAL AID

BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM ASSETS, ADDED VALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Adelina Coppin Alvarado, UPR Ponce Library

PUCPR School of Law

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Plaza del Centenario, The InterAmerican University

Cibernetic Centers, The InterAmerican University

The UPR library is the academic department where information resources are located . These are intended to support, strengthen and enhance curricular and cultural offers of the university community.

It was the first private law school established in Puerto Rico. The School of Law houses a major research library with a collection of about 207,095 volumes and extensive computer-assisted research capabilities.

Located at the heart of the campus the plaza was inagurated as a preamble to the Inter American University celebration of its centennial “Route 99�.

The 7 Cibernetic Centers in the south region currently offer online acess to one Masters, six baccalaureate, three Associates and over 100 online courses.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The innovation ecosystem of the southern region has the presence of all the higher education institutions in Puerto Rico. The universities offer academic development alternatives presented with bachelors, masters, doctoral, professional degrees in architecture, law, medicine, nursing and engineering. The university academic infrastructure is backed with advanced research agendas funded by the National Institutes of Health and Science, and with the support of local government and private enterprise. The academic community works actively together in developing strategies and projects that aim to foster a regional sustainable development.

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACADEMIC REACH ETHNOSCAPE

PUCPR

INTER

UPR

THE PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

www.pucpr.edu

www.uprp.edu

www.inter.edu

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS The southern region of Puerto Rico has a first-rate educational ecosystem. This region has the presence of doctoral and research institutions. The universities have credentials that attract funding from national institutes and foundations, diversifying the academic skills and competencies of the south region. The City of Ponce has the highest density of higher education institutions, with local, national and international accreditation supporting professional development in a globalized society. A major strength of the universities in the southern region is their technological capacity and distance learning programs, allowing students from the region and the rest of the world. COLUMBIA CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO

394 STUDENTS

www.columbiaco.edu

Columbia University Center is a private, secular education system founded in 1966. Currently serving Puerto Rico through its two campuses, Columbia University Center is dedicated to the teaching profession, especially in trade disciplines and management. The university also includes academic offerings in allied health sciences and technology.

UNIVERSIA PUERTO RICO The goal of Universia is to promote change and innovation in products and services linked to the Academic Community, helping Universities to develop shared projects and create new opportunities

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THE PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO. PONCE CAMPUS

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO. PONCE CAMPUS.

9,462 STUDENTS

6,460 STUDENTS

2,909 STUDENTS

The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico is a Roman Catholic University located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It provides courses in the areas of education, business administration, arts and human studies and science, leading to bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees.

The Inter American University of Puerto Rico, oftenThe University of Puerto Rico at Ponce is a state referred as "Inter"— is a private university system inuniversity located in the municipality of Ponce, Puerto Rico. It was founded in 1912 in SanPuerto Rico. UPRP is the only campus of the German, Puerto Rico. It is the largest privateUniversity of Puerto Rico System in the southern region of the island. university in the Western Hemisphere. TECHNICAL, VOCATIONAL, PROFESSIONAL

SOUTHERN REGION STUDENT POPULATION

29,310

SOUTHERN REGION HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS

HIGHER LEARNING

STUDENTS

24

CAMPUS

YAUCO

JAYUYA

PONCE

JUANA DIAZ

COAMO

GUAYAMA

1

1

13

3

1

3

ARROYO

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EDUCATION SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

UT

PSM

CU

TURABO UNIVERSITY

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE & HEALTH SCIENCES

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

www.suagm.edu/turabo/

www.psm.edu/

INNOVATIVE ECOSYSTEM TECHNOSCAPE

www.caribbean.edu/ www.caribbean.edu

Puerto Rico has many accredited colleges, including more than fifty institutions of higher education, four Medicine schools and four Law Schools. The south region’s educational system is anchored by the University of Puerto Rico, the largest and oldest public university on the island, and has 11 campuses, one of them located in the south region, “Sistema Universitario Ana G. Mendez” is another important part of the educational system, the largest private college system constituted by the Metropolitan University, “Universidad del Este” and “Universidad del Turabo”. The Pontifical Catholic University of Ponce and The “Universidad Inter-americana” further enrich the academic offerings. INSTITUTO DE BANCA Y COMERCIO

www.ibanca.net UNIVERSITY OF TURABO AT PONCE

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO. PONCE CAMPUS

765 STUDENTS

611 STUDENTS

1,636 STUDENTS

The Ponce School of Medicine was founded in 1980 by a group of professional leaders in southern Puerto Rico. It is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of providing continuity to the Medical Education Program (MD Program), originally develop by the PUCPR.

Caribbean University is a nonprofit private university system in Puerto Rico composed of four campuses. It was founded on February 28, 1969, as the Caribbean Junior College in the municipality of Bayamón. In 1990, after starting to offer graduate studies, it was renamed Caribbean University.

Turabo University is a nonprofit institution of higher education in Puerto Rico. It is a professionally oriented institution with a variety of offerings, from technical certificates to doctoral degrees.

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2

PROFESSIONAL DEGREES GRAD-SCHOOLS

Instituto de Banca y Comercio (also known as IBC) is a technical institution located in Puerto Rico. This institute offers a wide variety of career choices with the advantage of finishing studies in a short period (usually a year). Instituto de Banca y Comercio has a number of campuses and learning sites located through the island.

TV & RADIO STATIONS COMMUNICATIONS, FORUMS & IDEAS

INSTITUTIONAL DEGREES SUBDIVISIONS ASSOCIATES DEGREES COLLEGES

1,459 STUDENTS

RADIO UNIVERSIDAD

7

BACHELOR’S & MASTERS DEGREES UNIVERSITIES

13 MUNICIPAL LIBRARIES

89.7 San Juan 88.3 Mayaguez

CATÓLICA RADIO 88.9 FM

CATÓLICA TV Canal 14

CANAL UNIVERSITARIO Ana G. Mendez

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

COMPETITIVENESS MEDIASCAPE

TOP 20 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

TOP PROGRAMS IN THE REGION

11 INSTITUTIONAL & MUNICIPAL LIBRARIES

7 CYBERNETIC LEARNING CENTERS According to the 2010 overall score of the State University College Ranking System, the south region has 6 of the Top 45 Colleges and Universities out of 2,000.

CANADA USA PANAMA ARGENTINA CHILE COLOMBIA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ECUADOR EL SALVADOR GUATEMALA HONDURAS INDIA MEXICO PARAGUAY

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ANGOLA CAMEROON GHANA NIGERIA TANZANIA

JURIS DOCTOR

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE HISTORIC PRESERVATION & CONSERVATION DIGITAL DESIGN

POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS LAW GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS

INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MARKETING ACCOUNTING HUMAN RESOURCES FINANCES

PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADVERTISING SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGIES SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

MEDICINE MD HEALTH SCIENCES

NURSING

CLINICAL SCIENCES FAMILY MEDICINE COMMUNITY MEDICINE

NURSE PRACTITIONERS NURSE EDUCATORS NURSE ADMINISTRATORS

CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALISTS

BIOTECHNOLOGY

CHINA HONG KONG INDIA INDONESIA LEBANON TAIWAN THAILAND POLAND PORTUGAL SPAIN UNITED KINGDOM

URBANISM & PLANNING

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW & POLICY COMMERCIAL LAW & REGULATIONS GLOBAL MARKETS

UPR -Ponce / Biblioteca Adelina Coppin Alvarado Ciencias Médicas / Biblioteca Conrado F. Asenjo Ponce Massacre Museum UMET - Sala Puertorriqueña Olga Nolla Eugenio Fernandez Mendez Collection Center for Access to Information-UIPR PUCPR Encarnación Valdés Library-PUCPR, PUCPR Mons.Fremiot Torres Oliver Information PUCPR CARIBET Architecture Library Ponce Historic Archives

STUDENT MOBILITY

LAW

ARCHITECTURE

AGRO-BIOTECHNOLOGY

DISEASE DIAGNOSIS HERBAL MEDICINE FERMENTATION BIOTECHNOLOGY

AUSTRALIA

CULINARY ARTS INTERNATIONAL CUISINES

CULINARY MANGEMENT FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY PROGRESSIVE TECHNIQUES AND TRENDS

ACCREDITATIONS The Consejo de Educación Superior de Puerto Rico (CES-PR) is the official agency of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico that manage and administrators higher education in Puerto Rico in accordance with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Law Number 17 of June 16, 1993. This agency periodically revises all the University programs in Puerto Rico to assure the maximum quality possible. This agency authorizes new academic program offers.

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is the unit of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools that accredits degree-granting colleges and universities in the Middle States region, which includes Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and several locations internationally.

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EDUCATION SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HOTEL MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

EDUCATION GENERAL EDUCATION

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY HOSPITALITY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION (AUTISM)

OPTICAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES MEDICAL ISNTRUMENTATION & TECHNOLOGY

RADIOMETRY OPTICAL TESTING MEDICAL IMAGING

BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT REPAIR

FINANSCAPE

Tuition rates in Puerto Rico are very affordable compared to the United States. Tuition costs vary from $3,000 to $7,000 per year depending on the degree program and college. Tuition & fees in the south region range from $1,105 for an associates degree at the “Instituto Tecnológico de Puerto Rico”, Guayama, up to $13,610 for an associates degree at Ponce Paramedical College. Tuition and fees for a bachelor’s or master degree in the south region’s University System averages $5,165 while an MD in the Ponce School of Medicine costs $9,972.

MARITIME

MUSIC

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MARITIME ADMINISTRATION MARITIME ECONOMICS AND TRADE

MUSIC HISTORY & MUSIC ANALYSIS COMPOSITION, COMMERCIAL & MEDIA CHORAL MUSIC

PERFORMERS, CONDUCTORS, COMPOSERS & ARRANGERS

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTIC

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT

NETWORK & TELECOMMUNICATION

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GREEN INVESTMENT PLANNING

INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK SECURITY

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

COMPUTER SCIENCES

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

GENERAL BIOLOGY MICROBIOLOGY NEUROSCIENCE CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

SOCIAL ORDER LAW ENFORCEMENT & POLICING ADJUDICATION CORRECTIONS

FINANCIAL AID

LOCAL GOVENMENT GRANTS

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FINANCIAL AID AND GRANTS

$9,972 $5,138 $4,558 $4,560 $4,705 $10,000 $1,105 $9,485 $1,125 $7,631 $6,455 $13,610 $6,147 $8,553 $8,553 $8,163 $8,450 $9,240 $7,031 $0

FEDERAL GRANTS MILLION

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO COLUMBIA CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE YAUCO INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE PUERTO RICO EDUCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE RECINTO DE COAMO INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE PUERTO RICO INSTITUTO EDUCATIVO PREMIER NATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE TRINITY COLLEGE OF PUERTO RICO JOHN DEWEY COLEGE OF JUANA DIAZ JOHN DEWEY COLLEGE ARROYO BRANCH SERBIAS TECHNICAL COLLEGE COLEGIO MAYOR DE TECNOLOGIA INC. ESCUELA TECNICA DE ELECTRICIDAD AUTOMECA TECHNICAL COLLEGE

$3.5

BILLION

OTHER GRANTS

$1.5

BILLION

TOTAL GRANTS

$5.2

$2,000

$4,000

$6,000

TOTAL

TUITION & FEES BILLION

$8,000

$10,000

$12,000

$14,000

$7,OOO AVERAGE COST

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY , BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

JAN

EQUINOX MAR 21

FEB

TIMESCAPE

APR

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

MAY

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

JUL

AUG

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

EQUINOX SEPT 21

OCT

NOV

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

SOLSTICE DEC 21 69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

SEMIANNUAL & SUMMER UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE PUERTO RICO

ARCHITECTURE

INTER UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC LEAGUE OF PUERTO RICOO

QUARTERLY, SEMIANNUAL & SUMMER

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE & SCIENCES

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

QUARTERLY & SUMMER

MARKETING PR IN PUERTO RICO

(EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION MONTH)

INTER AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE TRINITY COLLEGE OF PUERTO RICO EDUCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE RECINTO DE COAMO DIÁLOGO SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE PUCPR

QUARTERLY 3 & 4 MONTH

UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES & OTHER INSTITUTIONS

PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE COLUMBIA CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE YAUCO JOHN DEWEY COLEGE OF JUANA DIAZ JOHN DEWEY COLLEGE ARROYO BRANCH

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY

ESCUELA TECNICA DE ELECTRICIDAD

CONGRESS FOR INNOVATION IN EDUCATION

PA'L PATIO CREATIVE COLLECTIVE

GREEN DAY

SCIENCE

EMMAS BEAUTY ACADEMY OF JUANA DIAZ

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY SPORTS TOURNAMENT EXPO 5S (NATIONAL QUALITY MONTH)

GRADUATION OF MEDECINE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE & HEALTH SCIENCES

SHORT COURSES A YEAR SERBIAS TECHNICAL COLLEGE

FABRICATION MATTERS DIGITAL DESIGN SUMMER WORKSHOP PUCPR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

GRADUATION OF LAW PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

GRADUATIONS

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY

FRESCOS: NOCHES DE GALERÍAS SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE PUCPR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY, CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY

ART

SPECIAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM

CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERTS MONOLOGUE FESTIVAL

ACADEMIA SERRANT

7TH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CONFERENCE PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE & SCIENCES

COLEGIO MAYOR DE TECNOLOGIA INC. INSTITUTO EDUCATIVO PREMIER AUTOMECA TECHNICAL COLLEGE SEMIANNUAL QUARTERLY 3 MONTHS SUMMER QUARTERLY 4 MONTHS SHORT COURSES A YEAR

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CHRISTIAN TEACHING FORUM

KEY:

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

JAN

FEB

EQUINOX MAR

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

AUG

EQUINOX SEPT

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC

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EDUCATION SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO EDUCATION Metropolitan University Jayuya

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University of Turabo Ponce

Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba

Ponce Paramedical College Yauco

The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Coamo Extension Center

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

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150 0

149 9

2

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52 1

116 Ponce School of Medicine Institute of Banking and Commerce Ponce The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico Ponce Technological Institute of Puerto Rico Guayama Campus Columbia University Center Yauco (UNE) Eastern University Yauco

713 3

The InterAmerican University Ponce Campus Caribbean University Ponce Academia Serrant The University of Puerto Rico Ponce Campus

(UNE) Eastern University Santa Isabel

Urban Center

Green Area

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Institute of Banking and Commerce Guayama

LEGEND

Universities Public Schools

Technological Institute of Puerto Rico Guayama Campus

Headstart Natural Reserve

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Main Road Network Research Health Centers

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The InterAmerican University Guayama Campus

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EDUCATION MUNICIPAL ASSETS TERRITORIAL ADDED VALUE RESOURCES

Universities Public Schools

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1

AGRIPINA SEDA AUREA QUILES CLAUDIO CEFERINO COLON LUCCA ELSA E COUTO ANNONI FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FRATERNIDAD JAMES A. GARFIELD LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA MAGUEYES II MARIA DEL ROSARIO CRUZ CLAUDIO MARIA L MC DOUGALL OLGA E COLON TORRES TERESITA NAZARIO

2

CSF - GUANICA

31

9 3

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COLUMBIA COLLEGE-CENTRO DE YAUCO UNIVERSIDAD DEL ESTE CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE YAUCO ABIGAIL ORTÍZ ALGARROBOS ALMACIGO ALTO I ALMACIGO ALTO II ALMÁCIGO BAJO 1 ALMACIGO BAJO I Y BAJO II ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ MENENDEZ ARTURO LLUBERAS BENICIA VELEZ CARMEN ESPADA COLLORES I COLUMBIA COLLEGE ELVIRA VICENTE EMILIANO J. DÍAZ ERNESTO RAMOS ANTONINI FERNANDO JULIA CALDER INES MARIA MENDOZA JOSE ONOFRE TORRES JOSEFA CATAL LUIS MUÑOZ MARIN LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA PATRIA PEREZ RAFAEL MARTINEZ NADAL RÍO PRIETO S.U VEGAS SANTA CATALINA SANTIAGO NEGRONI SIERRA ALTA SU ANA MARIA NEGRON SU JAIME CASTAÑER VOCACIONAL SANTIAGO GARCIA

BARINAS CAFETAL LLUBERAS I LLUBERAS II PALOMAS

TENDAL I TENDAL II TENDAL III TENDAL IV

CDT - YAUCO HOSP DE AREA DR TITO MATTEI HOSP METROPOLITANO DR TITO MATTEI

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CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY, RECINTO DE PONCE INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE PUERTO RICO DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACIÓN RECINTO DE PONCE NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY - CENTRO DE EXTENSIÓN PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO PONCE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC. PONCE JUNIOR COLLEGE PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO - CENTRO DE EXTENSIÓN DE PONCE UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO EN PONCE UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA DE PUERTO RICO - RECINTO DE PONCE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ACADEMIA FONTECHA DE PONCE ACADEMIA PONCEÑA ACADEMIA SERRANT ANDRES GRILLASCA SALAS ANGELA CORDERO BERNARD ANSELMO RIVERA MATOS ANTONIO PAOLI AUREA E RIVERA COLLAZO AUTOMECA TECHNICAL COLLEGE BETHZAIDA VELAZQUEZ SUPERIOR CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY CARMEN MEDINA ANAYA CARMEN SOLA DE PEREIRA CENTRO DE DESARROLLO PRESCOLAR (UCPR) CENTRO DE SERVICIOS EDUCATIVOS CENTRO DE SERVICIOS EDUCATIVOS CERILLO CARRETERA CERRILLO HOYOS COLEGIO DE LA COMUNIDAD DE PONCE COMMERCIAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMPUTER TECNICAL INSTITUTE D'MART DOÑA MANUELA COLÓN VIUDA DE AYALA DR ALFREDO M AGUAYO DR JOSE C BARBOSA DR PEDRO ALBIZU CAMPOS DR PILA DR RAFAEL LOPEZ NUSSA DR RAFAEL PUJALS DR RAMON E BETANCES EDUARDO NEUMANN GANDIA EL TUQUE ERNESTO RAMOS ANTONINI ESCUELA DE BELLAS ARTES ESCUELA TECNICA DE ELECTRICIDAD ESCUELA VOCACIONAL EUGENIO LE COMPTE EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS FEDERICO DEGETAU Y GONZALEZ FERNANDO L MALAVE OLIVERAS FRANCISCO PARRA DUPERON HEAD START HEAD START HEAD START HEMETERIO COLON HERMINIA GARCIA HOGARES SEGUROS INSTITUTO DE BANCA INSTITUTO TECNG. RECINTO DE PONCE ISMAEL MALDONADO LUGARO JAIME L DREW JARDINES DE PONCE JOAQUIN FERRAN JORGE L. COLÓN PACHECO

AMALIA MARIN I Z6 ARISTIDES CHAVIER I Z3 ARISTIDES CHAVIER III Z3 BRISAS DEL CARIBE Z5 CAMPO ALEGRE I Z4 CANTERA I Z7 CAPITANEJO I Z4 CAPITANEJO II Z4 CEIBA Z4 CERRILLO HOYOS I Z1 CERRILLO HOYOS II Z1 CLAUSELLS CENTRAL Z3 CORRAL VIEJO Z3 COTO LAUREL Z4

DR. PILA Z7 EL PARAISO Z7 FERRY BARRANCA Z5 GANDARA Z2 GIANNA LAURA Z6 GUARAGUAO Z3 HOGAR INFANTIL I Z1 ISABEL BERRIOS Z5 JARDIN DEL NIÑO Z 2 JARDINES DEL CARIBE 1Z2 LAS AMERICAS I Z2 LAS MARGARITAS I Z5 LEON I Z7 LIRIOS DEL SUR I Z6

ASSMCA - PONCE BIO MED APPLIC OF PONCE CDT - PLAYA DE PONCE CDT - VALENTIN TRICOCHE CDT ASOCIACION MAESTROS CENTRO CIRUG AMBUL OFTALMI CENTRO MEDICO DE PONCE CENTRO NEFROLOGICO DEL SUR CENTRO REHAB VOC - PONCE CFSE - PONCE HOSP ANDRES GRILLASCA INC (CENTRO DE ONCOLOGICA AVANZADA) HOSP DAMAS HOSP DR MANUEL DE LA PILA IGLESIAS HOSP EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS 2 HOSP PSIQUIATRIA FORENSE DE PONCE HOSP REG DR JOSE N GANDA HOSP SAN CRISTOBAL INSTITUTO PSICOPEDAGOGICO DEL SUR SOUTHERNS SURGERY CENTER

JOSE GAUTIER BENITEZ JOSE JULIAN ACOSTA JOSÉ PONTÓN GONZÁLEZ JOSEFINA BOYA LEON JUAN CUEVAS ABOY JUAN MOREL CAMPOS (ELEMENTAL) JUAN MOREL CAMPOS (MUSICA) JUAN SERRALLES (INTERMEDIA) JUAN SERRALLES (SUPERIOR) JULIA CORDERO NEGRON JULIO ALVARADO JULIO COLLAZO SILVA LA CARMELITA LA YUCA LAS MONJITAS LAS RAICES LIBRADO NET LICEO PONCEÑO LIZZIE GRAHAM LLANOS DEL SUR LUCY GRILLASCA LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA I LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA II MANUEL GONZALEZ PATO MERCEDES P SERRALLES MONTE LLANOS OLIMPIO OTERO PARCELAS MAGUEYES PARCELAS MANDRY PARCELAS MARUEÑO PEDRO J FOURNIER POLITEC INSTITUTE PONCE HIGH SCHOOL PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE, INC. PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PONCE TECHNICAL SCHOOL PUERTO RICO INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY RAMIRO COLON COLON RAMON MARIN RODULFO DEL VALLE ROMAN BALDORIOTY DE CASTRO SANTA TERESITA SANTIAGO GONZALEZ SEGUNDO RUIZ BELVIS SERGIO TORRUELLAS SIMON MORET SOR ISOLINA FERRE SU ROSARIO LA TORRE MORALES SUPERIOR JARDINES DE PONCE THOMAS ARMSTRONG TORO TOMAS CARRION MADURO TRINITY COLLEGE OF PUERTO RICO UNIVERSIDAD DEL TURABO UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA UPR PONCE VICTORIANO BLANCO

LIRIOS DEL SUR II B Z6 LLANOS DEL SUR I Z4 LOPEZ NUÁA Z4 LOS ROSALES Z7 MAGUEYES I Z3 MUNICIPALITY OF PONCE N/A PALMAREJO I Z1 PALMAREJO II Z1 PAMPANOS I Z6 PARC. MANDRY Z6 PEDRO CLAUSELLS I Z3 PERLA DEL CARIBE I Z7 PONCE CENTRO I Z1 PONCE CENTRO III Z7

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27

PONCE DE LEON Z5 PONCE IV Z2 PUNTA DIAMANTE I Z5 PUNTA DIAMANTE II Z 5 RAICES Z6 SABANETAS I Z4 SABANETAS II Z4 SAN FRANCISCO Z3 SAN PATRICIO Z7 SANTA MARIA Z6 SANTIAGO IGLESIAS Z2 TORMOS DIEGO Z1 TUQUE I Z5 VICTORIA Z3 VILLA PARAISO I Z2

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UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX - CENTRO DE EXTENSIÓN EN OCULAR SCIENCES, JUANA DÍAZ

CARMEN BELEN VEIGA CARMEN FLORES CERO DR PEDRO ALBIZU CAMPOS ESC.CAPITANEJOS FELIPE COLON DIAZ FRANCISCO PRADO FRANCISCO ZENON LAPORTE JACAGUAS JOSE A GONZALEZ JUAN SERAPIO MANGUAL JUANITA RIVERA JUANITA RIVERA LUIS LLORENS TORRES LUIS MUÑOZ MARIN LUZ E CORREA MANUEL FERNANDEZ JUNCOS MAXIMO DONOSO PEDRO A COLON SANTIAGO RAMON ENRIQUE ORTIZ ROSA M ZAMBRANA RUTHERFORD B HAYES SALVADOR BUSQUET SALVADOR BUSQUETS SANTIAGO COLLAZO PEREZ SU TOMAS CARRION MADURO SU ZOILO GRACIA AGUILITA 1 Y 2 ARUS COLLORES 1 Y 2 CUEVITAS EDWIN MORALES AM./PM EXPANSION AGUILITA EXPANSION AGUILITA 11 EXPANSION PUEBLO JACAGUAS A.M. / P.M. LOMAS MANZANILLA MODESTITA 1 Y 2 MUNICIPALITY OF JUANA DIAZ N/A PASTILLO AM./ PM. PIEDRA AGUZA A.M./P.M.

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BONIFACIO SANCHEZ DR JOSE N.GANDARA FEDERICO DEGETAU FEDERICO DEGETAU II JOSE I. PAGAN LLANOS LLANOS ADENTRO LLANOS ADENTRO RABANAL RAFAEL PONT FLORES ROSARIO BELBER SU JOSE CELSO BARBOSA SU LA PLATA (CARMEN ZENAIDA VEGA) SU PASTO SUCESION TORRES

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CDT - AIBONITO HOSP GENERAL MENONITA AIBONITO

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ARCADIO MALDONADO CARITA DE ANGEL COCO AM / PM COQUÍ GUARDERÍA I LA CARMEN I LA CARMEN II LAS MAREAS MODESTO CINTRÓN MONSERRATE AM / PM MOSQUITO PARCELAS VÁZQUEZ AM / PM PLAYA

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CSF - SALINAS

CDT - CORPORACION MEDICA

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

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ARIZONA I BUENA VISTA AM / PM EL CARMEN I LAS QUINIENTAS MILAGROSA I PALMAS AM / PM PITAHAYA QUINTAS DE GUÁSIMAS YAUREL

CSF DR JULIO PALMIERI FERRI HOSP LAFAYETTE

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ADOLFO GRANA RIVERA COTTO 2 DIONISIO LOTTI FELIPE QUIÑONES JOHN F. KENNEDY JOSEFA VELEZ LA GELPA MIGUEL GONZALEZ BAUZA PEDRO MALDONADO TORRES RAFAEL IRIZARRY RIVERA SU JORGE LUCAS VALDIVIESO TALLABOA ALTA 1 TALLABOA PONIENTE WEBSTER

CARACOLES I CARACOLES II COTTO QUEBRADAS I COTTO QUEBRADAS II ENCARNACIÓN JOBOS I KENNEDY I KENNEDY II MOCA MUNICIPALITY OF PEÑUELAS MUÑOZ RIVERA RUCIO SANTO DOMINGO TALLABOA ALTA I TALLABOA ALTA II

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SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO ANA G. MENDEZ - UNIVERSIDAD DEL ESTE CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE SANTA ISABEL

ANA L ROSA TRICOCHE (VELAZQUEZ) ANA VALLDEJULY (JAUCA) APOLONIA VALENTIN ELVIRA M.COLÓN EMILIO CASAS (PEÑUELAS) ESTHER RIVERA FELICITA OLIVIERI SANTINI (OLLAS) JOHN F KENNEDY MANUEL MARTIN MONSERRATE MARTIN G BRUMBAUGH PEDRO MELENDEZ SANTIAGO

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DESCARTES JAUCA A.M./P.M. MUNICIPALITY OF SANTA ISABEL OLLAS 1 Y 2 PASO SECO 1 Y 2 PEÑUELAS PLAYA PLAYITA CORTADA RINCON TAINO VELAZQUEZ

CSF - SANTA ISABEL

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INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE PUERTO RICO DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACIÓN RECINTO DE GUAYAMA UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA DE PUERTO RICO - RECINTO DE GUAYAMA

ADELA BRENES TEXIDOR ALEJANDRO ORTIZ RESTO AMALIA MARIN ANSELMO VAZQUEZ DE JESUS BARTOLO CAUSSADE GONZALEZ CARLOS MARTINEZ BENITEZ ELEUTERIO LUGO FRANCISCO GARCIA BOYRIE FRANCISCO NAVARRO COLON GENARO CAUTI¥O GUAYAMA SUPERIOR VOCACIONAL JORGE WASHINGTON II JOSE MU¥OZ VAZQUEZ LUIS A RIVERA LUIS MU¥OZ RIVERA LUIS PALES MATOS MARCELA GARCIA CORA OSCAR HERNANDEZ GUEVARA RAFAEL ANTONIO DELGADO MATEO RAFAEL LOPEZ RAMON AVILA (TECH. VOC) SIMON MADERA SU JUAN ALEMA¥Y SILVA VICENTE PALES ANES WASHINGTON I

ARCO IRIS DE AMOR BLONDET I AM / PM CARIOCA CARITE CIMARRONA CORAZÓN I AM / PM GÉNESIS GUAMANÍ HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL I HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL II LAS MERCEDES I MUNDO FELIZ I MUNICIPALITY OF GUAYAMA, HEAD START PROGRAM N/A OLIMPO I PALTS MATOS I PARQUE INFANTIL PUEBLITO DEL CARMEN PUENTE DE JOBOS I AM / PM RAYITO DE LUZ SAN ANTONIO

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PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO - CENTRO DE EXTENSIÓN DE COAMO

ANASTACIO SANTIAGO ANGEL RAMON ORTIZ AURELIA QUINTERO LABOY BENIGNA I CARATINI BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEMENTAL NUEVA EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS FLORENCIO SANTIAGO HILDA RAQUEL MATEO JOSE FELIPE ZAYAS JOSE RAMON RODRIGUEZ PEDRO A. NEGRON PULGUILLAS PURIFICACION RODRIGUEZ RAMON JOSE DAVILA RUFINO HUERTAS SU ENRIQUE COLON SU EUGENIO NAZARIO SOTO SU MANUEL CANDANEDO SU RIO JUEYES SUSANA RIVERA

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

SPORTS

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SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Inter University Athletic League of Puerto Rico

Caribbean World Series

is a college athletic conference. The LAI is a non-profit organization whose main purpose is to regulate sports amongst its member institutions.

(CWS) is the highest baseball tournament at club level in Latin America. The league winners from the Winter Leagues of Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela participate in the tournament.

ATHLETICS. JUSTAS LAI

CARIBBEAN BASEBALL SERIES

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Ponce Stadium & Auditorium

The city of Ponce is home to a wide range of sports facilities of olympic standing. Among them the Audi Auditorium Juan Pachin Vicens, the Stadium Francisco Montaner and the Aquatic Complex Victor Vassallo.

Luis Muñoz Marín Sport Complex at Juana Díaz

The Luis Munoz Marin Sports Complex Juana Diaz is a multisport complex that divides into three main sport venues: running track, baseball field and indoor coliseum.

PONCE OLYMPIC STADIUM & COLISEUM MUNICIPAL SPORT FACILITIES & INFRASTRUCTURE

The city of Ponce and the southern region of Puerto Rico’s arenas, stadiums swimming pools and parks are home to amateur, Olympic and professional sporting events. These facilities have been certified by international sports bodies to celebrate official competitions, such as the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1993. The south region maximizes the performance of these sports assets with an agenda that includes professional leagues, competitions and university world professional championships in athletics, basketball, baseball, volleyball, swimming and other Olympic sports. The Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico considers the sports economy as a vital activity for a sustainable economic development that helps diversify tourism. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

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TOP SPORTS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH OF PUERTO RICO

SOUTH REGION ALTERNATIVE SPORTS

SPORT IDENTITY ETHNOSCAPE

DRD

WIND SURFING, SAILING

CANOEING, KAYAKING

VICTOR VASALLO AQUATIC COMPLEX, PONCE

PONCE & SALINAS SPEEDWAY PARKS

SPORTS FACILITIES

CYCLING, PONCE BIKE DAY

SAN BLÁS DE ILLESCAS MARATHON, COAMO BOLERA CARIBE, PONCE

TOP REGIONAL SPORTS

The southern region of Puerto Rico has a sophisticated sports calendar of world caliber. The agenda integrates all Olympic sports, amateur sports and recreational activities in an annual offer for all ages and interests. The sports calendar takes advantage of the Olympic infrastructure built in the south region, in which the minor leagues, amateurs and professional conduct their annual tournaments. The south region has franchises in professional basketball, vollleyball, baseball and soccer, which alternate seasons to the delight of fans. The Albergue Olimpico de Puerto Rico located in Salinas, is a unique facility in the Caribbean, offering advanced facilities in sports medicine, physical training, athletic lodging and technical training. The cities of the south region are home to high-performance athletes recognized internationally, as is the case of Roberto Alomar and Orlando Cepeda, who are members of the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

BASEBALL

GOLF

BASKETBALL

VOLLEYBALL

BOXING

TENNIS

SPORTS FACILITIES + SEATING CAPACITY

The Department of Sports and Recreation’s (Departamento de Recreación y Deportes) mission is to impact children and youths in Puerto Rico through the provision of recreational and sports service programs.

SPORTING FACILITIES

The Cancha Salvador Dijols complex has reopened its doors after an investment of over $5 million, making it the official home of the Ponce Lions, part of Puerto Rico’s Superior Volleyball League. Recent Improvements to the sports facility included the installation of new seats, which increased its seating capacity to 2,200.

The Polideportivo Frankie Colón Alers complex offers facilities for a variety of sports, including tennis, softball, karate, table tennis, basketball and football. It also allows for recreational walking or jogging. The complex features three main sports facilities: Multi-sports facilities for 2,400 spectators, Softball field for 2,000 spectators and a tennis complex with nine courts - 1,700 spectators.

Conveniently located in the city center of Ponce, the Victor Vasallo Aquatic Complex has an Olympic-sized pool, as well as an olympic-sized diving pool. It has capacity for 4,000 spectators and multilevel diving platform. The facility allows for recreational swimming and water polo.

CIUDAD DEPORTIVA

2,000 SEATS CIUDAD DEPORTIVA, SOCCER STADIUM, PONCE

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CANCHA SALVADOR DIJOLS, PONCE

MULTI SPORT COMPLEX FRANCISCO COLÓN ALERS MULTI-SPORTS COMPLEX, PONCE

4,000 SPECTATORS VICTOR VASALLO AQUATIC COMPLEX, PONCE

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SPORT SOUTERN REGION

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ALBERGUE OLIMPICO SALINAS, PR.

ALBERGUE OLYMPIC FACILITIES

TRAINING CENTER FOR 35 PUERTO RICO SPORT FEDERATIONS GIMNASIO DE HALTEROFILIA CAPACITACIÓN FÍSICA CENTRO DE ATLETISMO POLIVALENTE POLICANCHA GIMNASIO MAYOR GIMNASIO DE BOXEO SALA DE ESGRIMA SALA DE GIMNASIA RUTA DE MOUNTAIN BIKE CENTRO ACUÁTICO BÉISBOL, FÚTBOL Y SOFTBALL TENIS DE CAMPO POLÍGONOS RUTA CAMPO TRAVIESA PISTA DE PATINAJE SOBRE RUEDAS CENTRO DE JUDO

TECHNOSCAPE

SADCE: The Center for Sports Health and Exercise Sciences, located in the Albergue Olímpico, is a joint project of the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rico Olympic Committee. It is an integral part of the Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine of the School of Medicine of the Medical Sciences Campus. Doctor Enrique Amy (DMS, MDS) is the SADCE Center Director and Medical Director of the Central America and Caribbean Sports Organization (ODECABE).

SPORTS HEALTH CENTER

CERRILLOS LAKE, PONCE

MAIN SPORTS FACILITIES

CERRILLOS LAKE, PONCE

OLIMPIC SPORT VENUES

The ALBERGUE OLIMPICO is a center whose territorial expansion covers 1.500 acres and consist of 17 olympic sports facilities. Used for the training of Puerto Rican Olympic Committee (COPUR) Sports Federations, students of the Specialized Sports School (ECEDAO), by professional athletes and sports federations and national and international associations, among others.

ODECABE

The southern region also has major sports venues that have been used for international events such as the Panamerican Olympic Games of 1979 and Central American Olympic Games of 1993.

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

EL TUQUE, PONCE

SPORTS SCHOOL + YOUTH RECREATION + YOUTH OLYMPIC PREPERATION+ SUPPORTING SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Francisco ("Paquito") Montaner Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It is home to the Leones de Ponce team of the Puerto Rico Baseball League and FC Leones of the Puerto Rico Soccer League . The stadium has a capacity of 16,000 seats.

Juan Pachín Vicens Auditorium is a sports venue in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico. The auditorium opened on May 12, 1972 and is named after renowned basketball player Juan "Pachín" Vicéns. The auditorium is the official venue of the local basketball team the Ponce Lions, and also hosts musical concerts, circuses, conventions and organizational meetings.

The new Coliseo Dolores “Loyita” Martinez stadium was built at a cost of approximately $16 million and has around 4,000 seats, although depending on the activity, you can expand its capacity to up to 5,500 . The new Municipal Coliseum sports complex is integrated into the Luis Munoz Marin Park.

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OLYMPIC SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CONVENTION CENTER FOR FIGURE SKATING, GUAYAMA [capacity 2,000] HOCKEY COMPLEX ALBERGUE OLIMPICO, SALINAS SHOOTING OLYMPIC COMPLEX ALBERGUE OLIMPICO, SALINAS [capacity 800] TRACK SKATING ALBERGUE OLIMPICO, SALINAS AUDITORIUM JUAN PACHIN VICENS, PONCE [capacity 12,000] CHEYENNE VASALLO AQUATIC COMPLEX , PONCE [capacity 5,000] SALVADOR DIJOLS COLISEUM, PONCE [capacity 2,200] PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY SPORTS COMPLEX , PONCE [capacity 6,000]

16,000 SEATS FRANCISCO ("PAQUITO") MONTANER STADIUM, PONCE

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12,000 SEATS JUAN PACHÍN VICENS AUDITORIUM, PONCE

5,500 SEATS COLISEO DOLORES "TOYITA" MARTINEZ, JUANA DIAZ

CARIBE BOWLING CENTER, PONCE [capacity 300] FRANKIE COLON SPORTS COMPLEX IN LOS COABOS, PONCE FRANCISCO PAQUITO MONTANER STADIUM [capacity 16,000]

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SPORTS INTERNATIONALIZATION MEDIASCAPE

International sporting events are the only time that Puerto Rico is recognized under equal conditions, responsibilities, duties and powers as the other nations of the world. The island, as a result of its sovereignty in sports, has become known for its sporting achievements and talents. Puerto Rico has several professional sports leagues, internationally recognized for their achievements. Several athletes from different countries have reinforced the municipal sport clubs, resulting in a internationalization of the clubs.

GOLF, BASEBALL, VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL & ATHLETICS

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS SUPERIOR VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

21 MILLION TV VIEWERS FOR THE PONCE ATHLETICS GRAND PRIX

PONCE ATHLETICS GRAND PRIX

255,407 PUBLIC SUPPORT 4 MONTH SEASON

92 OLYMPIC AND WORLD-CLASS ATHLETES.

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24 COUNTRIES COMPETING IN PUERTO RICO ANTIGUA AUSTRALIA BAHAMAS CANADA COLOMBIA CURACAO UNITED STATES FRANCE GABON HAITI HOLLAND ENGLAND

JAMAICA KENYA MEXICO PANAMA PUERTO RICO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SERBIA ST. KITTS TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO UKRAINE VENEZUELA ZIMBABWE

SUPERIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE

10

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS INTERNAZIONALIZATION

SUPERIOR BASKETBALL LEAGUE

JAVIER CULSON, PONCE, PR

2

SILVER MEDAL AT WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 AND 2011

ALTERNATIVE SPORTS NATURE, WATER SPORTS, MOUNTAIN BIKING, ECO-TRAVELLING, TRIATHLON, SPEED WAYS, PASO FINO HORSE COMPETITIONS POTRERO LOS LLANOS, COAMO,PR.

PASO FINO

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REGATAS

COCK FIGHTS

FISHING

SCUBA DIVING

BILLIARDS

MOUNTAIN BIKE

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SPORTS SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF SPORTS EVENTS $6 MILLION

INTER UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC LEAGUE OF PUERTO RICO

JUSTAS COLLEGE ATHLETIC LEAGUE [LAI]

$600,000

APROX. SPONSORSHIP FOR TV TRANSMISSION

$5.8 MILLION WEEK EVENT EARNINGS $200,000 MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

CENTRAL AMERICAN OLYMPIC GAMES, PONCE 1993 [3,572 athletes from 32 countries]

PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES COLLEGE SPORTS LEAGUES INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

$350,000 MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT

PANAMERICAN OLYMPIC GAMES SAN JUAN 1979 [3,700 athletes from 34 countries]

FINANSCAPE

EARNINGS WEEKEND EVENT

100,000 VISITING STUDENTS

OLYMPISM

SPORT ECONOMY Puerto Rico has hosted international sporting events. It held 50 sports events during 2011 that resulted in over $28 million in earnings for the local economy, mainly through the nearly 38,000 overnight stays of tourists that came to the island for sports events. The organizers and government investment to bring these events to Puerto Rico amounted to just over $7 million, which provided a return of nearly 400 percent of capital invested. The tourism industry in Puerto Rico employs 17,500 people and generates revenues close to $3.3 million each year, representing 7 percent of the country's economy. Among these, the International Ponce Grand Prix of Athletics which is an important invitational event of the Caribbean International Circuit of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF).

$7 MILLION $28 MILLION

CENTRAL AMERICAN OLYMPIC GAMES, MAYAGUEZ 1993 [5,204 athletes from 31 countries]

EXPECTED EARNINGS ON SPORTS EVENTS IN 2011 BY HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS & TICKETS

SPORTS TOURISM & RECREATION AMUSEMENT PARKS, FAMILY OUTINGS, PHYSICAL FITNESS & THE GREAT OUTDOORS

SPEED 'N SPLASH WATER PARK, EL TUQUE, PONCE

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JULIO ENRIQUE MONAGAS PARK, PONCE

NEW URBAN ECOLOGICAL PARK, PONCE

GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT

ACCOMMODATIONS

38,000 STAYS

TOP 10 OLYMPIC PANAMERICAN LAKE FACILITIES

CERRILLOS LAKE, PONCE

PONCE YACHT AND FISHING CLUB

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

JAN

EQUINOX MAR 21

FEB

APR

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

MAY

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

TIMESCAPE

JUL

EQUINOX SEPT 21

AUG

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC 21 69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

SCHOOL ATHLETICS COMPETITIONS DRD SUMMER CAMPS

1. YOUTH RECREATION

PONCE

VOLLEYBALL COMPETITION

DRD SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES PROGRAMS

SCHOOL SEMESTER STARTS FOOTBALL BEGINS

PONCE

WRESTLING

NATIONAL SPORTS GAMES COAMO

2. OLYMPISM

SOFTBALL FOOTBALL SAILING RAFTING

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

JUDO

TAEKWONDO

BASKETBALL

FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

SWIMMING ATHLETICS TENNIS TAEKWONDO

“EDUCATE NADANDO” PROJECT TRAINING AND PREPARATION SESSION FOR 35 OLYMPIC SPORT FEDERATIONS

BASEBALL BOXING BASKETBALL VOLEYBALL

PRE-OLYMPICS AND OLYMPICS/INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS

3. PROFESSIONAL SPORTS PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES

SUPERIOR LEAGUE WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL STARTS COSTA CARIBE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB TAEKWONDO INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTGUAYAMA AA SUPERIOR LEAGUE MEN’S BASEBALL STARTS

SPORTS HEALTH AND FITNESS

4. AMATEUR SPORTS

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS, BOXING, BASEBALL & GOLF

GRAND PRIX

TIME/ACTIVITY SYNCHRONISATION

SUPERIOR NATIONAL LEAGUE MEN’S BASKETBALL STARTS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STARTS SUPERIOR NATIONAL LEAGUE

AGUIRRE GOLF CLUB MEN’S SUPERIOR LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL STARTS COAMO SPRING GOLF & TENNIS CLUB

MEN’S AMATEUR BASEBALL LEAGUE

SAN BLAS MARATHON

5. ALTERNATIVE SPORTS

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS, WATER SPORTS, MOUNTAIN BIKE, TRIATHLON, SPEED WAYS, PASO FINO HORSE COMPETITIONS

6. COLLEGE AND SCHOOL SPORTS

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EL LEGADO GOLF RESORT

LILA MAYORAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT YAUCO

NATURE SPORT

WEIGHTLIFTING TRACK AND FIELD SOFTBALL BASKETBALL

CHEERLEADING DANCE PING-PONG SWIMMING

AEELA TRIATHLON

MARATON CARLOS BAEZ

WATER SPORTS ZIP LINNING MOUNTAIN BIKE SAILING FISHING SCUBA

SANTO CRISTO DE LA SALUD MARATHON PENUELAS

PUERTO RICO INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

BASEBALL TENNIS VOLEYBALL TAEKWONDO

PONCE INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING CROSS LAI ATHLETICS FINALS

POTRERO LOS LLANOS

JUSTAS COLLEGE ATHLETIC LEAGUE [LAI]

INTERNATIONAL FELIX SANTIAGO PASO FINO HORSE COMPETITION

STARTS LAI SEASON

KEY: CONTINUOUS ACTIVITY CALENDAR-BASED ACTIVITY SOUTH REGION ACTIVITIES & EVENTS SOUTH REGION PLACES SEASON STARTS SEASON ENDS

DISCOVER THE CARIBBEAN SAILBOAT REGATTA

LAI VOLLEYBALL FINALS 87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

JAN

FEB

SUN EQUINOX

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SUN SOLSTICE

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

AUG

SUN EQUINOX

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

SUN SOLSTICE

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SPORTS SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SPORTS

141 4 41 Jayuya Adjuntas

Coamo Velodrome

Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

10

503 3

505 5

150 0

149 9

2

163 3

52 1

116

713 3

Cerrillos Lake Costa Caribe Golf and Country Club El Tuque Race Track

Juan Pachin Vicens Auditorium Francisco Paquito Montaner Stadium Victor Vasallo Aquatic Complex

Salinas Coamo Springs Golf Club Motor and Resort Speedway

El Legado Golf Resort Albergue Olímpico Specialized Community Sports School of Albergue Olimpico Center for Sport Health and Exercise Sciences Aguirre Golf Club

Legend

Urban Center

Green Area

Olympic Infrastructure

University

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Regional Sports Infrastructure

Schools

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Speedways

Tourist Zones

Main Road Network

Golf Courses

Nature Reserve

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Forest Reserves

Sport Medicine Investigation Center Albergue Olímpico - Sports School

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MUNICIPAL SPORTS ASSETS

1

Guánica Tourist Zone

1

State Forest of Guánica

31 2 3

Columbia College Universidad Del Este - University Center of Yauco, Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)

State Forest of Susua Luchetti Lake Natural Reserve Guánica State Forest

1 1 8

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Costa Caribe Golf and Club Resort Puerto Rico Institute of Technology Nova Southeastern University - PUCP Ponce Junior College Ponce Paramedical College Ponce School of Medicine Pontifical Catholic University of PR Interamerican University of Puerto Rico University of Puerto Rico

1

Ponce Tourist Zone

2

Toro Negro State Forest Cerrillos Lake State Forest

1

Tourist Zones Forest Reserves

Golf Cpurses University

Sports Medicine Investigation Center

1

Guánica State Forest

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Albergue Olímpico - Sports School

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Guilarte State Forest

Regional Sport Infrastructure Speedways

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Ponce Race Track

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Juan Pachin Vicens Auditorium Caribe Bowling Center Salvador Dijols Coliseum Lake Cerrillos Conoeing Complex Frankie Colón Sport Complex in Los Coabos Sport Complex PUCP Francisco “Paquito” Montaner Stadium Cheyenne Vasallo Acquatic Complex

Olympic Infrastructure

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TERRITORIAL ADDED-VALUE RESOURCES

Albergue Olimpico

15

Manuel González Stadium

1

Pontifical Catholic University of PR University Center Extension of Adjuntas

2

Guilarte State Forest Forest of El Pueblo

Salinas Motor Speedway

Aguirre Golf Club

18 1

Aguirre and Jobos Bay Tourist Zone

2

National Estuarine Research Reserve of Jobos Bay Aguirre State Forest

1

Specialized Community Sports School of Albergue Olímpico [EDECAO]

1

Center for Sports Health and Exercise Sciences of Medical Sciences Campus of UPR [SADCE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH REGION OF PUERTO RICO

ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEM

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Guilarte State Forest

1

Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS), Universidad Del Este University Center of Santa Isabel

1

Punta Petrona Nature Reserve

1 1

Convention Center of Guayama Figure Skating Park

Marcelino Blondet Stadium

El Legado Golf Resort

25 3

Villalba Stadium

16 1

Toro Negro State Forest

1 1

Velodrome of Coamo

Pedro Miguel Caratini Stadium

Coamo Spring Golf Club

1

Angelita Lind Stadium

18 1

Carite State Forest

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Luis Guillermo Moreno Stadium

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Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS), Universidad Del Este University Center of Jayuya

2

Tres Picachos State Forest Toro Negro State Forest

21 Puerto Rico Technology Institute, Guayama Campus Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico - University Extension Center of Guayama Interamerican University of PR, Guayama Campus

1

Aguirre and Jobos Bay Tourist Zone

1

Aguirre State Forest Carite State Forest

1

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico - University Extension Center of Coamo

1

Coamo Tourist Zone

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

HEALTH & WELLNESS

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO

CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

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ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM

TOP MEDICAL SERVICES

ACTIVITY

TECHNOSCAPE

FINANSCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY

ENTERPRISE HEALTH INCUBATOR

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PHYSICIANS, RESEARCHERS & HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

QUALIFIED INFRASTRUCTURE ACADEMIC, RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY

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REGIONAL STRENGTHS & MEDICAL TOURISM

INCENTIVES, GRANTS & VENTURE CAPITAL T TAL

BEHAVIOR AAVIOR & PAATTERNS SYNCHRONIZAATION DIAGRAM ASSETS, ADDED VVALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Hospital San Lucas, Ponce

An Interdiciplinary Team of Health and Wellness Professionals.

ACTIVE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

Hospital Damas Parra Medical Tower, Ponce Hospital de Damas was founded in 1866.

QUALITY HEALTH CENTERS

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

CIRACET, Ponce

Medtronics, Villalba

Provides the healthcare community in general with engineering tools that can be used during the entire life cycle of medical technology.

Innovating for life by pushing the boundaries of medical technology and changing the way the world treats disease. disease

MEDICAL SERVICES

HEALTH INDUSTRIES

The Health and Wellness business community of Puerto Rico southern region has all the components of a productive ecosystem with global relevance and competitiveness. Since the presence of major pharmaceutical, medical device manufacturers, research universities, hospitals, medical schools and health, the southern region has a first-class infrastructure. The main strength of the Health and Wellness Ecosystem is its human resources as it has a highly skilled workforce in all areas of health services.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

SOUTH REGION TOP HOSPITALS:

HEALTH ECOSYSTEM

HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS PONCE

ETHNOSCAPE

HOSPITAL DAMAS PONCE

HOSPITAL SAN CRISTOBAL PONCE

HOSPITAL METROPOLITANO DR. PILA PONCE

www.ssepr.com

www.drpila.com

The south region, with 10 hospitals and an inventory of over 1400 beds, is able to offer international services with specialists and subspecialists in areas such as cardiology, surgery, cancer, orthopedics, radiology, nuclear medicine and geriatrics. The health infrastructure has specialized service providers for technical assistance and maintenance of specialized equipment. The southern region has the most productive industrial infrastructure in medical devices and pharmaceutical multinational presence. Cities like Ponce, Guayama, Yauco, Villalba, Juana Diaz, Santa Isabel, Arroyo and Aibonito have major industries with different segments of the value chain of Health.

HOSPITAL DAMAS MEDICAL TEAM

ACTIVE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Ponce Guayama Yauco Aibonito Juana Díaz Arroyo Coamo Salinas Villalba Adjuntas Santa Isabel Patillas Guayanilla Peñuelas Jayuya Guánica

ACTIVE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

8,500 56

%

7

%

10

%

25 HEALTH RELATED INDUSTRIES IN THE SOUTH REGION The infrastructure of the south region includes strategic assets across the value chain and Health industry services. The southern region has strong industry and academic researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health. Biotechnology research is strong and an area of growth and opportunity for development of collaborative multisectorial alliances. The academic health sector’s most important assets are the Ponce School of Medicine and the Graduate School of Science and Specialized Schools Allied Health Professions. Additionally, the southern region has a more reliable network of hospitals and health centers.

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327 BEDS

HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS, PONCE

246 BEDS

PERSONNEL BY MAJOR SERVICE CATEGORY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS DENTIST

8,473

PHARMACEUTICAL PROFESSIONALS

174 830

PONCE

HOSPITAL

HOSPITAL DAMAS, PONCE

145 BEDS SAN CRISTOBAL, PONCE

The south region of Puerto Rico is the second largest metropolitan area of concentration with health professionals with 15.8% of active specialists.

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

RADIOLOGIST PROFESSIONALS PHYSICIANS

420

195

HEALTH MANAGERS OPHTHALMOLOGY PROFESSIONALS MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

1,087 25

JAYUYA

5

HOSPITAL METROPOLITANO

167 BEDS DR. PILA, PONCE

100

142

4,902

AIBONITO

VILLALBA

2

NURSES

1

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HEALTH SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HOSPITAL METROPOLITANO DR. TITO MATTEI YAUCO

HOSPITAL MENONITA AIBONITO

www.hmyauco.com

HOSPITAL SANTA ROSA GUAYAMA

HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS GUAYAMA

www.hospitalmenonita.com

HIGHLY EDUCATED WORKFORCE

www.ssepr.com

TECHNOSCAPE Puerto Rico has a highly educated workforce with more than 30,000 university degrees granted each year, including 10,000 annual degrees in the sciences, mathematics and technology fields. The south region of Puerto Rico is the second largest metropolitan area of concentration with health professionals with 15.8% of active specialists. The region has accredited and world-recognized educational institutions in the health fields allied to major health institutions in the region.

1,430 BEDS IN THE SOUTH REGION

HOSPITAL METROPOLITANO DR. TITO MATTEI, YAUCO

ECONOMIC FACTS JOBS CREATED IN THE HEALTH INDUSTRY IN PR

150 BEDS

HOSPITAL MENONITA, AIBONITO

HOSPITAL SANTA ROSA, GUAYAMA

115 BEDS

HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS, GUAYAMA

MED CENTRO PONCE

Our status as a U.S. Commonwealth has enabled Puerto Rico to combine the special benefits of an off-shore location with the important protections of doing business in the United States.

THE HEALTH INDUSTRY REPRESENTS

$10 BILLION OF THE PR ECONOMY

50,000

89 BEDS

PERCENTAGE OF MEDICAL DEVICES SOLD IN THE U.S.

50 % PRODUCE IN PUERTO RICO

WORLD’S LEADING PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES ON THE ISLAND

20

BEDS IN THE SOUTH REGION

REVENUES

143 BEDS

$181,785 $101,780 $104,125 $68,752

VETERANS OUTPATIENT CLINIC PONCE

327 BEDS

$43,913 $106,269 $57,760

1,430

$16,146

2

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SALINAS

GUAYAMA

5

$8,257

SANTA ISABEL

3

150 BEDS 145 BEDS 143 BEDS 136 BEDS 115 BEDS 89 BEDS

$12,585

350

JUANA DIAZ

HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS II

246 BEDS

300

250

200

150

100

HOSPITAL DE DAMAS AIBONITO MENNONITE GENERAL HOSPITAL HOSPITAL SAN CRISTOBAL HOSPITAL METROPOLITANO DR. TITO MATTEI HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS I HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL CRISTO REDENTOR HOSPITAL SANTA ROSA

41 BEDS 38 BEDS 50

DR. ANDRES GRILLASCA ONCALLOGY HOSPITAL HOSPITAL LAFAYETTE

0

ARROYO

4

1

Villalba Adjuntas Santa Isabel Patillas Guayanilla Peñuelas Jayuya Guánica

Ponce Guayama Yauco Aibonito Juana Díaz Arroyo Coamo Salinas

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STRENGTHS

MEDICAL IMAGING

MEDIASCAPE

LIGHTSPEED IMAGING SYSTEM ULTRASOUND MRI DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING CENTER DENSITOMETRY

Top 10 Medical Services:

CARDIOVASCULAR

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LABS CARDIAC & VASCULAR SURGICAL SERVICES CHEST PAIN CENTER CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTS

CARDIOVASCULAR

The governments of Puerto Rico and USA have a large number of patients which use Complementary Medicine to seek alternative ways to manage and treat their illnesses. Complementary Medicine is a system of medicine, integrating and complementing traditional medicine, allowing doctors and patients a variety of alternatives for the prevention of illness. Some of the modalities of Complementary medicine are Acupuncture, Auricultotherapy Therapy, Homeopathic Therapy, Hypnosis and Visualization, Herbology, Massage Therapy, Essentials Oils, Aromatherapy and others. Primary prevention saves more lives and is less expensive than other forms of modern medicine.

MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES PROSTHETICS AND ORTHOTICS SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES ARTHRITIC CONDITIONS

ONCOLOGY RADIO THERAPHY CHEMOTHERAPY

CLINICAL RADIO THERAPHY COMBINED MODALITY TREATMENTS CHEMOBIOLOGY

MATERNAL & INFANT HEALTH

MATERNAL & INFANT HEALTH

POSTPARTUM ROOM & NURSERY

GOVERMENT HEALTH INSURANCE The new health plan of the Government of Puerto Rico, “Mi Salud” offers more benefits and services within a preferred network of providers of medical group of patient choice.

BREAST FEEDING SUPPORT & LACTATION CHILD-BIRTH CENTER INFANT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDERS:

ONCOLOGY & RADIO THERAPHY

IN THE SOUTH REGION

ORTHOPEDIC

MEDICAL IMAGING & ORTHOPEDIC

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

DRUG STORES & PHARMACIES IN THE SOUTH REGION

Mi Salud is a model focused on the insured having free access to a Preferred Provider Network where they can receive services from a specialist without a referral or the signature of the primary care physician for medication prescribed by doctors in the Preferred Network Primary Medical Group.

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HEALTH SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HEALTH ENTERPRISE INCUBATOR

BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

BIOMEDICAL MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION & TECHNOLOGY

FINANSCAPE

LABORARTORY ASSISTANTS HEALTH ROBOTICS MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

The Health industry represents one of the most dynamic and important parts of the Puerto Rican economy. Factors such as federal funds (Medicare and Medicaid), the implementation of health reform and the gradual aging of the population have contributed to this strengthening. The sophistication of medicine and the development of a first-class medical facilities is credited to the solidification of the health industry, as well as the development of specialized medical facilities and access to new technologies. Health Industry estimated consumer spending on medical services was $10.665 million for 2010. That same year the gross domestic product reached $3.5 billion in the healthcare industry. The injection of federal funds in 2010 accounted for about $3 million, while local government investment amounted to about $1.5 million, equivalent to a total of $4.5 million.

PREVENTION & WELL BEING

PREVENTION WELL BEING NUTRITIONAL CONSULTATION HERBAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL FITNESS

ELDERLY CARE GERIATRIC CARE

DENTAL & COSMETIC SURGERY

ELDERLCARE

CARE MONITORING PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION NURSING: ALZHEIMER CARE, ASSSITED LIVING

DENTAL MEDICINE

PLASTIC SURGERY PROCEDURE BREAST AUGMENTATION BODY - TUMMY TUCK FACELIFT / BLEPHAROPLASTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE $758

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $1,608 State, local governements Other Non-profits Universities and Colleges Industrial firms All FFRDCs Federal Inramural

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COSMETIC SURGERY

ORAL SURGERY PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY ORTHODONTICS COSMETIC DENTAL SERVICES

FEDERAL FUNDS

EMERGING NEW INDUSTRIES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

MANUFACTURING ACTIVITIES

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

$10.2 MILLION

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY $629

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES CREATED DURING 2010

ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES  FOR  TAX  INCENTIVES

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR $760

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE $1,851

FOREIGN INDUSTRIES CREATED DURING 2010

$19.2

MILLION

$63.4 MILLION

EXPORT SERVICES CLUSTER SERVICES KEY SUPPLIERS ENERGY GENERATION

RECYCLING ACTIVITIES

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS

JAN

FEB

EQUINOX MAR 21

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

JUL

AUG

EQUINOX SEPT 21

OCT

NOV

INTERPHEX PUERTO RICO

LATIN AMERICAN PEDIATRITIAN CONGRESS

MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

WEIGHT CONTROL MONTH

SOLSTICE DEC 21

QUALITY OF LIFE EXPO

SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

WORD CHEMISTRY CONGRESS

HEALTH AND ECOLOGY EXPO ”CLUB DE LEONES”

TIMESCAPE

EXPO- FOOD

ANNUAL HEALTH EXPO & FAIRS VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONOR MONTH

1. PHYSICAL & MENTAL HEALTH

NATIONAL DAY OF VEGETARIANISM AND MEDITATION

THYROID AWARENESS MONTH

AWARENESS OF HEART DISEASE MONTH

NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH

NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS MONTH

NATIONAL DAY OF TAI CHI PACHIN VICENS, PONCE

VETERINARIAN WEEK

NATIONAL CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS AWWARENESS AW ARENESS WEEK

PHARMA WEEK

NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY MONTH

PRIMARY HEALTH WEEK

NATIONAL YOGA AWARENESS MONTH

NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

DIABETES MONTH

HEALTH EDUCATION WEEK

WORLD AIDS DAY

COURSES WORKSHOPS

EDUCATIVE ALLIANCES

CONTINUING EDUCATION TROPICAL NATURALISM

SEMINARS CONFERENCES

SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH

CONVENTIONS

ANUAL CONVENTION

ANNUAL CONVENTIONS VETERINARIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

RAINN DAY

SUSAN KOMEN RACE FOR THE CURE

PHARMACEUTICS ASSOCIATION

DENTAL MEDICINE MONTH

COLEGIO DE CIRUJANOS DENTISTAS

7 SCIENTIFIC & REASEARCH CONFERENCES

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ANNUAL CONFERENCE CYCLE

WORLD WATER DAY

3. ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL HARMONY

PRO-NATURAL EDUCATIONAL SEASON RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMETAL HEALTH

MONTH OF THE RECYCLING & SUITABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT

DAY OF REFLECTION FOR MORAL AND FAMILY VALUES

AGRONOMIST WEEK

NATIONAL PUBLIC LAND DAY

AGRICULTURE TALK

COMMUNITARY REINVESTMENT WEEK

NATIONAL DAY OF HUMAN RIGHTS

PR INDUSTRY MONTH

ORGANIC

COURSES VEGETABLE GARDEN

WORKSHOPS

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY SELF-MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITARIAN MOBILIZATION “WATER FOR THE CITIES: RESPONDING TO THE URBAN CHALLENGE”

SEMINARS CONFERENCES

ENERGY CONSERVATION MONTH

CONTINOUS EDUCATION

EARTH DAY

CONVENTIONS

JAN

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FEB

EQUINOX MAR 21

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

JUL

AUG

EQUINOX SEPT 21

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC 21

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HEALTH & WELLBEING SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HEALTH & WELLBEING

141 4 41

Zimmer Jayuya Adjuntas

Cooper Vision Medtronics

Hospital Menonita Aibonito

Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas

Coamo Ponce

Guayanilla

Juana Díaz

Guánica

Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

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150 0

149 9

2

163

52 1

116

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Hospital San Cristobal Hospital Oncologico Andres Grillasca

Roche Ponce School of Medicine Hospital Metropolitano Dr. Tito Mattei

Hospital Episcopal San Lucas

Stryker

Veterans Affairs Ponce Outpatient Clinic Hospital Santa Rosa

Med Centro Hospital Metropolitano Dr. Pila Hospital Damas

Hospital Episcopal San Lucas

Urban Center

Green Area

Medical Emergency Services

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Primary Hospitals

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Nature Reserve

#

Main Road Network

LEGEND

Lilly Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Company

Health centers Research and education centers Nursing Homes

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Baxter Healthcare Corporation

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Company

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

HEALTH MUNICIPAL ASSETS REGINOAL ADDED-VALUE RESOURCES

Nursing Homes Medical Emergency Services Hospitals and health centers

3 1 1

ASILO MANANTIAL DE AMOR CUIDADO DIRUN HOGAR SUEÑOS DORADOS INC

6

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - GUANICA

1

2

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - YAUCO

36

CDT - YAUCO HOSP DE AREA DR TITO MATTEI HOSP METROPOLITANO DR. TITO MATTEI

COLUMBIA COLLEGE UNIVERSIDAD DEL ESTE CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE YAUCO

3 VILLA PONCE HOUSING

HOGAR JOSEFINA VASALLO

AMERICA'S HOUSING

HOGAR LA ESPERANZA

APONTE SANTIAGO

HOGAR PAZ DE CRISTO

ASOCIACI¢N BEN‚FICA DE PONCE

HOGAR SANTA MARTA

CASCADA DE AMOR

HOPE CRUZ ESPADA

CENTRO DE CUIDADO DIURNO EDAD DE ORO

INST DE ANCIANOS VISTA HERMOSA

CENTRO DE ENVEJECIENTES CUIDADO DIRUN

INST DE ENVEJECIENTES L.A.S.R.INC

CENTRO DE LA COMUNIDAD PARA ENVEJECIE

INSTITUCI¢N ADONAI

COLON SANCHEZ (TERESA)

JESSANDRA

CONDOMINIO LA TRINIDAD

LA EDAD DE ORO

CONDOMINIO SAGRADO CORAZ¢N

LA EGIDA DEL POLIC¡A

EDIFICIO CAMPECHE HOUSING

LOS ANGELES DE FATIMA INC

EDIFICIO MAYOR HOUSING

MEDINA

ESPERANZA PARA LA VELEZ

RIVERA RIVERA (GUILLERMINA)

GARCIA TORRES (MYRNA)

RIVERA TORRES

HOGAR DIREYDI

SANTIAGO RODRIGUEZ

HOGAR GERI TRICO ERNESTINA RODR¡GUEZ

SANTOS ALICEA (CARMEN)

HOGAR INMACULADO CORAZON DE MARIA

VELAZQUEZ VEGA

4 4 1 1

CENTRO DE SERVICIOS Y ACTIVIDADES JUANA DIAZ HOUSING LA CASA DEL VETERANO RAMOS ORTOLAZA

MELENDEZ PARAMEDICAL SERVICES RODRIGUEZ AMBULANCE SERVICE SANTIAGO AMBULANCE STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

CDT - CORPORACION MEDICA

2

CASA AIBONITO ESPERANZA PARA LA VEJEZ

1

1

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

1

2

CDT - AIBONITO HOSP GENERAL MENONITA

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

CDT ISAIAS RODZ LOPEZ

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AMANDA AMBULANCE SERVICE QUINONES AMBULANCE SERVICE

3

CSF - SALINAS

1

CENTRO DE COMUNIDAD PARA ENVEJECIENTE HOGAR LA MISERICORDIA ROSA HOYOS

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

1

CSF - ADJUNTAS

1

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO

UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX

AMBULANCIAS EMERGENCIAS DEL SUR CASTILLO LIFE SUPPORT

7

MELENDEZ AMBULANCE SERVICE MORALES AMBULANCE SERVICE PROFESSIONAL AMBULANCE INCORPORATED STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - EL TUQUE STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - PONCE

19

ASSMCA - PONCE

CFSE - PONCE

BIO MED APPLIC OF PONCE

HOSP ANDRES GRILLASCA INC

CDT - PLAYA DE PONCE

HOSP DAMAS

CDT - VALENTIN TRICOCHE

HOSP DR MANUEL DE LA PILA IGLESIAS

CDT ASOCIACION MAESTROS

HOSP EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS 2

CENTRO CIRUG AMBULATORIO

HOSP PSIQUIATRIA FORENSE DE PONCE

OFTALMOLOGICO

HOSP REG DR JOSE N GANDA

CENTRO MEDICO DE PONCE

HOSP SAN CRISTOBAL

CENTRO NEFROLOGICO DEL SUR

INSTITUTO PSICOPEDAGOGICO DEL SUR

CENTRO REHAB VOC - PONCE

SOUTHERNS SURGERY CENTER

CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY

PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE PUERTO RICO

PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACIÓN

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

PUERTO RICO

PONCE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.

UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO EN PONCE

PONCE JUNIOR COLLEGE

UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA DE PUERTO

10 10

RICO

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

1

SAINT PETER AMBULANCE

2

CSF DR JULIO PALMIERI FERRI HOSP LAFAYETTE

1 1

CENTRO DE ENVEJECIENTES PEÑUELAS

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

3

JARDÍN DE LOS MILAGROS

1

CSF - SANTA ISABEL

1

UNIVERSIDAD DEL ESTE CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE SANTA ISABEL

9

5

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AGAPE HOME CARE CENTRO DE ACTIVIDADES MONSERRATE BRUN CENTRO DE COMUNIDAD PARA ENVEJECIENTE CENTRO DE CUIDO DIURNO DEPT. FAMILIA HOGAR SAN ANTONIO DE GUAYAMA HOGAR SANTA ROSA

CRISTAL AMBULANCE SYSTEMS GUAYAMA GOLDEN AMBULANCE SERVICE LIFE AMBULANCE SERVICE RODRIGUEZ AMBULANCE SERVICE STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - GUAYAMA

5

BIO MED APPLIC OF GUAYAMA CDT - GUAYAMA CLINICA SANTA ROSA HOSP DE AREA DR ALEJANDRO BU HOSP EPISCOPAL CRISTO REDENTOR

3

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE PUERTO RICO DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE EDUCACIÓN RECINTO DE GUAYAMA PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO - CENTRO DE EXTENSIÓN DE GUAYAMA UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA DE PUERTO RICO - RECINTO DE GUAYAMA

3

INST DE ANCIANOS SANTA MARTA INC CENTRO ENVEJECIENTES VILLALBA VILLALBA HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY

1

STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

1

CDT - VILLALBA

9

3

BO. LOS LLANOS CENTRO DE ENVEJECIENTES BIENESTAR Y A COAME¤O PARA LA VEJEZ HOGAR DE ANCIANOS NUEVO EBENEZER INSTITUCION HOGAR PARA ANCIANOS AUDIM INSTITUCION PRINCIPE DE PAZ LA FE LA TRINIDAD II MUNOZ BURGOS (LETICIA)

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CENTRO COMUNIDAD DE ENVEJECIENTES

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STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - JAYUYA

1

CDT - MARIO CANALES TORRES

1

SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO ANA G. MENDEZ - UNIVERSIDAD METROPOLITANA CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE JAYUYA

NATANAEL AMBULANCE INCORPORATED SOTO AMBULANCE SERVICE STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - COAMO

4

CDT DR DAMASO TALAVERA COAMO HEALTH CENTER

1

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PUERTO RICO

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

AGRO-INDUSTRY

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

WORLD-CLASS BRANDS, PROCESSING & PACKING

BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

PRODUCTION ACTIVITY TECHNOSCAPE

PRODUCT QUALITY

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: BIOTECHNOLOGY & ORGANIC PRODUCTION

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PRODUCT PROMOTION

FINANSCAPE

GRANTS & LOANS

LOCAL & CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ASSITANCE

ACTIVITY

CARTOGRAPHY

SOUTH PUERTO RICO ASSETS, ADDED VALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

Pollos Canto Alegre, Coamo Fresh Poultry Processing Plant.

LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FARM

Yaucono & Cafe Rico, Ponce

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Martex Farms, Santa Isabel

The most productive and efficient Coffee Martex Farms is a family-owned business established in packmanufacturing and distribution company in Puerto Rico. 1989 and dedicated to the growing, processing, pack ing and shipping of tropical fruits and plants.

CROPS, VEGETABLES & FRUITS

AGRICULTURAL PROMOTION

CEIBA, Ponce

The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico New Center for Teaching and Research in Agricultural Biotechnology.

BIOTECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH

The Southern Region of Puerto Rico is home to the most vital agricultural infrastructure and production on the island. This region is the setting for merchants of all sectors that contribute to the economy by exporting high quality products. The agricultural industry of south Puerto Rico includes the production of coffee, tropical fruits, bananas, livestock, ornamental plants, poultry farms to biotechnology research. The Chamber of Commerce of South Puerto Rico, aware of the agricultural fertility of its territory, promotes a multisectorial agenda with universities and industry to consolidate the region as an export market for high quality nutritional products. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PRODUCTION ACTIVITY

THE

SOUTH REGION PRODUCES 23% OF PUERTO RICO’S AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

ETHNOSCAPE The southern region has a diversity of products and articles throughout the area to generate major island-wide production and profits in the agro-industry sector. In addition to this, the industry not only creates jobs, but develops a strong sense of belonging, security and self-sufficiency in the region.

PRODUCTION BY TOWN ($) 19,285,175 11,229,817 1,268,537 21,606,278 3,762,664 5,251,028 1,158,809 5,446,174 3,348,875 2,040,689 824,014 6,507,575 11,549,691 36,739,006 1,727,623 7,898,405

AIBONITO ADJUNTAS ARROYO COAMO GUÁNICA GUAYANILLA GUAYAMA JAYUYA JUANA DÍAZ PATILLAS PEÑUELAS PONCE SALINAS SANTA ISABEL VILLALBA YAUCO

MAIN AGRICULTURAL SECTORS

AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT REGIONAL OFFICE

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PRODUCT PRODUCTION GROUPS: (fish, acuaculture, seeds, goverment incentives)

EGGS BEEF PORK PEAS

POULTRY VEGETABLES PLANTAINS ORANGES

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BANANAS BROILERS TUBERS

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS COFFEE MANGOS

GROUP 1 ANIMALS AND LIVESTOCK

GROUP3 OTHERS

GROUP 1: ANIMALS & LIVESTOCK

GROUP 2: CROPS

GROUP 3: OTHERS

GROUP 3 CROPS

12%

38%

50%

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AGRO-INDUSTRY SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico’s unique advantages and proven benefits have made us an ideal place for business. We are confident that the groundwork laid by our successes in the life sciences, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical device manufacturing and engineering will move us to the forefront of the global biotechnology sector.

PUERTO RICO: A BIO ISLAND

BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES

Coamo & Santa Isabel organic production is based on a system that is managed to respond to site-specific conditions by integrating cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity.

CEIBA

ORGANIC PRODUCTION

BIOTECHNOLOGY & AGROBIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND LEARNING CENTER

BIOSCIENCE RELATED DEGREES CONFERRED (2009)

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico The new PUCPR Biotechnology & Agrobiotechnology Research and Learning Center (known as CEIBA). CEIBA’S offeris Puerto Rico’s first Master of Science in Biotechnology program, research areas include plant genetics, microbiology, biotechnology, and biomedical sciences, with tissue culture; yeast, bacterial, and molecular genetics; physiology, and bioassays amongst the subdivisions of those fields.

USE OF WATER FOR IRRIGATION SOUTH REGION 1% INDUSTRIAL

DOMESTIC

1083 1026 Physical sciences.

354 164 103 26

Agriculture, agriculture operations, and related sciences. Science technologies/technicians.

1%

TECHNOSCAPE

1

2

Puerto Rico has been a world hub for biotechnology even before the term became popular. A well established supplier infrastructure and human resources available in all related disciplines practically guarantees success. Two new centers for biomedical research and the expansion of well recognized Ph.D. programs to include biotechnological specific degrees complement the growing research community on the island. The Government of Puerto Rico has specifically targeted biotechnology as a key development area and offers important incentives and support. Our custom designed packages include manufacturing, process development, clinical research, and marketing, among others. All this is available in conjunction with other incentives, including income tax rates of 7% to 0%.

Engineering technologies Biological and biomedical sciences.

Natural resources and conservation.

BIOTECHNOLOGY SEEDS / FROM LAB TO FARM

PRODUCTION QUALITY

EDUCATION & RESEARCH

3

AMOUNT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND MANAGED BY THE LAND AUTHORITY Juana Díaz OF PR (acres) 7,124.16

Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico Breeding Station

AAA

53%

45%

Guánica 5,065.33

AGRICULTURE The arid south coast on the island of Puerto Rico is an ideal environment to test the endurance of experimental and commercial corn genetics.

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SOIL FERTILITY WATER QUALITY GREAT HARVEST

TOTAL 12,574.3

Ponce 695

Salinas 2,848.94

Arroyo 914.5

Santa Isabel Guayama 991.70 6,171

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PRODUCT PROMOTION

Succession J. Second Serrallés, Inc. was founded in 1996. Serralles Second is a production company dedicated to the development of the agro-industry of south Puerto Rico for international exports.

MEDIASCAPE

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) makes and guarantees loans to family farmers and ranchers to promote, build and sustain family farms in support of a thriving agricultural economy.

1 AGRO-MARKETS

FSA’s loan programs are designed to help family farmers obtain loans and loan guarantees, and conduct business planning. In many cases, these are beginning farmers who need additional financial and business acumen to qualify for commercial credit.

FARMER ENTREPRENEURS

2 DIVERSITY OF LOCAL PRODUCTS

STATE & FEDERAL PROGRAMS GRANTS, LOANS & INCENTIVES LOCAL LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT PUERTO RICAN COFFEE EXPORTS UNITED STATES CANADA

RUSSIA FINLAND CHINA ISRAEL JAPAN

ENGLAND ICELAND IRELAND HOLLAND GERMANY

SPAIN ITALY AUSTRIA

SOUTH AFRICA AUSTRALIA

3 QUALITY COFFEE BRANDS

FISHING FACILITY

YAUCO SELECTO CAFE RICO CAFE CREMA CAFE YAUCONO CAFE HACIENDA SAN PEDRO CAFE ADJUNTAS CARE CUATRO SOMBRAS CAFE MAYOR

PLAYA, SALINAS PLAYITA, SALINAS BAHIA, GUANICA EL BAJO, PATILLAS AGUIRRE, SALINAS BARRERO, RINCON POZUELO, GUAYAMA LAS MARESA, SALINAS BRISAS DEL CARIBE, GUYANILLA SALINAS PROVIDENCIAS, GUANICA

COFFEE HARVESTED FOR SALE: 2007

SOURCE AGRICULTURAL CENSUS 2007

OTHER COUNTIES

55%

5%

SOUTH REGION

7%

45% 9% 16%

JUANA DIAZ COAMO PEÑUELAS GUAYANILLA VILLALBA PONCE SANTA ISABEL YAUCO JAYUYA ADJUNTAS

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

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AGRO-INDUSTRY SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GRANTS & LOANS

Martex Farms is a family-owned business established in 1989 dedicated to the growth, processing, packing and shipping of tropical fruits and plants. Its 3,000-acre facilities are located in the Santa Isabel and Juana Díaz valley on the south coast of Puerto Rico.

FINASCAPE

RURAL DEVELOPMENT LOAN ASSISTANCE

4 TROPICAL FRUIT INDUSTRY

Procesadora Campofresco, Inc. is the most versatile and modern juice & beverage manufacturing company in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Established in 1982, Procesadora Campofresco processes pineapples and oranges grown by independent farmers in its modern 200,000+ square-foot plant to produce top-quality juices and fruit beverages.

BUSINESS AND COOPERATIVE LOAN ASSISTANCE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES LOAN ASSISTANCE UTILITIES LOAN ASSISTANCE

GRANT ASSISTANCE BUSINESS AND COOPERATIVE GRANT ASSISTANCE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES GRANT ASSISTANCE UTILITIES GRANTS

FARM SERVICE AGENCY

Destileria Serralles is the second-largest producer in volume for premium rums to the United States market. First Quality brandsare exported and distributed exclusively throughout Central & South America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia.

5

FARM OWNERSHIP LOANS FARM OPERATING LOANS DOWNPAYMENT PROGRAM RURAL YOUTH LOANS EMERGENCY LOANS

JUICE & BEVERAGE MANUFACTURE

6 PACKING AND SHIPPING OF TROPICAL FRUITS AND PLANTS.

GRANTS AND INCENTIVES:

LOANS FOR UP TO A MAXIMUM INDEBTEDNESS OF $300,000 AND GUARANTEED LOANS FOR UP TO A MAXIMUM INDEBTEDNESS OF $1,119,000 TOTAL FEDERAL GRANTS AND INCENTIVES:

TOTAL STATE GRANTS AND INCENTIVES:

$50,198,279

PRODUCTS

$31,270,848

OTHERS

$18,927,431

$6,714,325

$56,912,604 6

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RIC0

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS FEB

MAY

TRADITIONAL CROPS COFFEE

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

JUL

AUG

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

EQUINOX SEPT 21

OCT

NOV

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

SOLSTICE DEC 21 69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

LIVESTOCK

LIVESTOCK

FESTIVAL DE LA CIDRA, ADJUNTAS

MILK EGGS BEEF PORK POULTRY

TRADITIONAL CROPS

KEY:

BEGINNING & END OF HARVEST ABUNDANCE

JAN

FEB

EQUINOX MAR

FESTIVAL DEL JUEY, COAMO

FESTIVAL DE LA YUCA, COAMO

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE

FESTIVAL DE LA HARINA, Y FESTIVAL DEL NAME, PATILLAS

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO, ARROYO

FESTIVAL DEL MOJO ISLENO, SALINAS

FESTIVAL DE LA PESCA, Y FESTIVAL DE MARISCOS, GUAYANILLA FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO, SALINAS

VEGETABLES 87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

AUG

FRUITS

VEGETABLES CARNAVAL DEL GANDUL, VILLALBA

FESTIVAL DEL TOMATE, JAYUYA

CELERY EGGPLANT PUMPKIN ONION PEAS STRING BEANS GREEN BEANS LETTUCE CORN GHERKIN PEPPER OKRA CABBAGE TOMATO

FESTIVAL DEL PAVO, SANTA ISABEL

VEGETABLES SWEET PEPPER

FESTIVAL DEL JUEY, SANTA ISABEL

FRUITS

FESTIVAL DEL PESCAO, GUANICA

AGROFERIA, SANTA ISABEL

ACEROLA AVOCADO CARAMBOLA COCONUT CHERIMOYA ORANGE STRAWBERRY SOURSOP LIME LEMON MAMEY MAMEY SAPOTE MANDARIN MANGO WATER MELON MEDLAR PAPAYA PASSION FRUIT PINEAPPLE QUENEPA TAMARIND GRAPEFRUIT

ROOT VEGETABLES

ROOT VEGETABLES

FESTIVAL DEL MANGO, SANTA ISABEL

CHAYOTE BANANA MALANGA YAM FLOWER HABANERO YAM BREADNUT BREADFRUIT PLANTAIN WHITE TARO PURPLE TARO CASSAVA

FESTIVAL DE LAS FLORES, COAMO

TRADITIONAL CROPS

STARCHYSWEET VEGETABLES POTATO

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APR

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

AGROFERIA, SANTA ISABEL LIVESTOCK

FRUITS

EQUINOX MAR 21

FESTIVAL NACIONAL DEL CAFE, YAUCO

AGROINDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS & EVENTS

TIMESCAPE

JAN

FESTIVAL DEL MABI, JUANA DIAZ

SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

EQUINOX SEPT

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC

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AGRO-INDUSTRY SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHYOF SOUTH PUERTO RICO AGROINDUSTRY

SUPERMARKETS Agricultural Reserve of Lajas Area 50,407 Acres

S 141 4 41

Natural Reserves of the South Region Total Area 37,353 Acres

Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

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2

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163 3

52 1

116 6

713 3

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Main Agricultural Product Source: Agricultural Dept. of Puerto Rico Urban Center

Green Area

Forest Reserves

Seeds Research

Tomato

Vegetables

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Agricultural Valleys

Pork Meat

Bananas

Peas

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Agricultural Reserves

Beef

Plantain

Roots and Tubers

Main Road Network

Supermarkets

Poultry

Oranges

Coffee

Mangos

Flowers and Ornamentals

Natural Reserve

#

Eggs

Fish

Agricultural Reserves of the South Region Total Area 122,462 Acres

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MUNICIPAL AGRO-INDUSTRIAL ASSETS TERRITORIAL ADDED-VALUE RESOURCES

Forest Reserves Agricultural Valleys

1

State Forest of Guánica

1

Lajas Agricultural Reserve

3 4

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South Agricultural Valley of Guayanilla - Yauco - Peñuelas

State Forest of Susua Natural Reserve Luchetti Lake State Forest of Guánica

Grande Supermarket Econo Mr. Special Pitusa

1

South Agricultural Valley of Ponce - Patillas

2

State Forest Toro Negro State Forest Cerrillos Lake

4

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Natural Reserve San Cristóbal Canyon

1

South Agricultural Valley of Guayanilla - Yauco - Peñuelas

1

South Agricultural Valley of Ponce - Patillas

2

State Forest of Guilarte Forest of El Pueblo

1

State Forest of Guilarte

2

Econo Selectos

1

State Forest of Guánica

2

National Estuarine Research Reserve of Jobos Bay State Forest of Aguirre

1

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1

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

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South Agricultural Valley of Ponce - Patillas

1

State Forest of Guilarte

1

Natural Reserve Punta Petrona

1

State Forest of Aguirre State Forest of Carite

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South Agricultural Reserve of Ponce - Patillas

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State Forest of Tres Picachos State Forest of Toro Negro

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

ENERGY

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CAT CAT A ALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

LOCAL & REGIONAL

ADDED VALUE/RESEARCH INCUBATOR INCUB INCUBA

BEHAVIOR & PA BEHA PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION SYNCHRONIZ DIAGRAM SYNCHRONIZA

ENERGY PRODUCTION TECHNOSCAPE

GLOBAL TRENDS TOWARD A NEW FUTURE TOW

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

FINANSCAPE

INVESTMENT

STRUCTURE, DIVERSIFICATION DIVERSIFIC & PROCEDURE DIVERSIFICA

ACTIVITY

CARTOGRAPHY

SOUTH PUERTO RICO ASSETS, ADDED VALUE V & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

EcoElectrica, Guayanilla

Central Costa Sur, Guayanilla

EcoEléctrica is an independent energy company in Puerto Rico. It owns and operates a liquefied natural gas regasification terminal with a storage tank of 160,000 cubic meters in Punta Guayanilla, Peñuelas.

Central Costa Sur power plant is located in Guayanilla, Puerto Rico and has a capacity of 1090 MW. Fuel is #6 Bunker Oil and is owned by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA).

NATURAL GAS CLEAN FUEL

POWER PLANTS

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

CEMEX, Mid-Kiln Injection of Scrap Tires, Ponce

The environmental benefits of utilizing scrap tires as a supplemental fuel in the portland cement manufacturing process are multifold. This automated system allows the plant to utilize whole tires to replace the traditional fossil fuels required by the manufacturing process.

TIRE-DERIVED FUEL

Finca del Viento at Santa Isabel

Develop by Pattern Energy Group it is the first commercial wind energy project in Puerto Rico. The 75 MW wind project, located in the southern municipality of Santa Isabel, seeks to provide clean, safe and renewable energy equal to the annual power needs of approximately 25,000 homes.

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Puerto Rico’s south region is fast becoming a hotbed for sustainable and renewable energy. Through legislation and incentives developed and implemented by Federal and State Government, companies are being rewarded for being more efficient. At the same time, tax payers are saving money through lower fuel costs and Puerto Rico is reducing its dependency on oil, paving the way for a cleaner tomorrow. Solar thermal electric, photovoltaic, landfill gas, wind, biomass, hydroelectric, geothermal electric, municipal solid waste, hydrogen, tidal energy, wave energy and ocean thermal power generation – these are just a few of the renewable energy sources that Puerto Rico has set its sights on developing through a series of powerful incentive programs aimed at attracting green energy companies. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PRODUCTION ACTIVITY

SOUTH REGION ENERGY PRODUCTION

ETHNOSCAPE The Electric Power Authority has a modern electrical system that serves the entire island. This system is made up of phases of power generation, transmission and distribution, which takes electricity to 1,449,211 customers. GENERATION Most of the energy produced by the AEE is generated in five major stations: Costa Sur, Aguirre’s Complex, San Juan, Palo Seco and Cambalache. Sixty nine percent of the installed capacity (5,839 MW) is produced from oil.

5,839 MW

TRANSMISSION The transmission system consists of 2,444 miles of 230kV transmission lines, 115kV and 38kV subtransmission lines. It has 51 broadcast centers.

ECOELECTRICA GUAYANILLA 507 MW

EcoEléctrica became the first independent power producer in the world to integrate a power plant with a liquefied natural gas terminal. The company paved the way for a new energy era in Puerto Rico when it began operations in 2000. With a $700 million investment made by its two stockholders and financing provided by a consortium of 26 international and local banks, EcoEléctrica was able to break Puerto Rico 's dependency on imported oil. It lowered the island's dependency from 99 % to 86% at the time.

APPLIED ENERGY SYSTEMS GUAYAMA 454 MW

AES Puerto Rico, LP is a Puerto Rico based company, engaged in electricity generation and distribution. The company is an operating subsidiary of AES Corp. and has a total power generation capacity of 454 MW. AES operates and maintains a power plant in Guayama utilizing fossil fuel coal. The company generates electricity in its fluidized bed boilers plant in Guayama, and also manufactures AGREMAX as well as produces steam.

CENTRAL COSTA SUR GUAYANILLA 990 MW

Central Costa Sur (South Coast Plant) is located in Guayanilla, Puerto Rico and has a capacity of 1090 MW. Fuel is #6 Bunker Oil and is owned by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA)(Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority).

DISTRIBUTION Distribution lines totaling about 31,446 miles include 1,723 miles of overhead and underground cable. Part of this system is made up of 293 substations and 27 technical offices.

INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE ELECTRIC ENERGY AUTHORITY: REGIONAL OFFICES CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICES TECHNICAL OFFICES POWER PLANTS

CENTRAL AGUIRRE SALINAS

TERMOELECTRICA 900 MW CICLO COMBINADO 592 MW

The Aguirre Power Plant Complex is owned and operated by Puerto Rico Electrical Power Authority, and is located in the Municipality of Salinas, in the Aguirre Seco Ward on the southern coast of Puerto Rico. TheThermo-Electric plant was built in the early 1970s, and consists of two twenty (20) megawatt (MW) oil-fired turbine generators, and two oil-fired four hundred and fifty (450) MW steam-electric units. The Combined Cycle plant includes two three hundred (300) MW combined cycle oil-fired units built in 1975.

PATTERN ENERGY SANTA ISABEL

(Operational on 2012)

COSTA SUR PLANT AGUIRRE THERMOELECTRIC PLANT AGUIRRE CHANGE CYCLE POWER PLANT

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75 MW

Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern) is building the first commercial wind energy project in Puerto Rico. The 75 megawatt (MW) wind project, located in the southern municipality of Santa Isabel, seeks to provide clean, safe and renewable energy equal to the annual power needs of approximately 25,000 homes.

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ENERGY SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

RENEWABLE ENERGY

WIND FARM IN SANTA ISABEL. [$500 MILLION] WIND FARM IN GUAYANILLA. [$120 MILLION] OCEAN-THERMAL ENERGY PLANT IN MAUNABO.

WIND+OCEAN ENERGY

GUAYANILLA SANTA ISABEL

WIND ENERGY

SOLAR ENERGY

TECHNOSCAPE

244 MW

DEVELOPMENT OF SOLAR ENERGY IN SALINAS [$200 MILION] SOLAR POWER PLANT IN SALINAS. 57 MW [$40 MILLIONS] SOLAR POWER PLANT IN GUAYAMA. 20 MW [$98 MILLION] GUAYAMA SALINAS

202 MW

SOLAR ENRGY

SOLID WASTE

NATURAL GAS

WASTE TO ENERGY PLANT IN YAUCO. 75 MW

YAUCO PONCE

ENERGY FROM WASTE

PRODUCTION QUALITY

[In Development]

INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES The Authority has several agreements to develop renewable energy projects, including wind turbines, solar energy and solid waste. It also has several clients with facilities of this type of technology that can transfer excess power generation to the grid through a net metering program. NATURAL GAS (450,000,000 Investment ) “Via Verde” is a project of the AEE that makes possible the use of natural gas as fuel in several generating units. It's part of the strategic plan to reduce dependence on oil to generate electricity in Puerto Rico. It is a transitional step forward to enable the development of renewable energy projects, while substantially reducing the emission of pollutants.

233 MW

GREEN WAY PROJECT is a proposed pipeline to supply natural gas to northern Puerto Rico. The pipeline would run from Peñuelas, in Puerto Rico's southern coast, to electricity-generating plants in Arecibo, Cataño and San Juan, crossing the country's Cordillera Central. The project aims to supply 71% of Puerto Rico's electrical energy needs.

VIA VERDE

COSTA SUR PLANT ECOELECTRICA

NORTH AND SOUTH GAS PIPELINE - VIA VERDE: ARECIBO CAMBALACHE

PUERTO RICO

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30%

6% 7%

12% 11%

40% 2014

2016

70%

SAN JUAN

7% KEY:

47%

PALO SECO

COAL OIL NATURAL GAS ALTERNATIVE AND RENEWABLE SOURCES

COSTA SUR NORTHERN POWER STATION SOUTHERN POWER STATION

AGUIRRE NORTHERN PIPELINE SOUTHERN PIPELINE

PROJECTS TO REDUCE OIL DEPENDENCY

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PRODUCT PROMOTION MEDIASCAPE

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) has signed contracts for the purchase of 600 megawatts of renewable energy, primarily solar, wind and waste to energy. Over $1 billion in potential private sector investment is being pursued for a portfolio of wind, solar and waste-to-energy projects. Puerto Rico’s new Green Energy Fund will enable the Government to co-invest $290 million in renewable energy over the next 10 years. Through the Energy Diversification Act, the Government’s new targets for energy generation are: 12% of power generation through renewable and alternate sources by 2015, 15% by 2020 and 20% by 2035.

EOLIC ENERGY POTENTIAL Offshore wind farms offer a very high potential of electricity production in Puerto Rico. The two identified areas in the east coast (1,920 km2) and south coast (825 km2) can result in a total installed wind capacity of 13,725 MW.

WIND

WATER

Ocean waves have extraordinary potential. With close to 17,000,000 MWh of potential annual production this resource represents the largest, naturally produced, untapped energy resource for Puerto Rico.

GUAYANILLA, 45 MW

WINDMAR RENEWABLE ENERGY: A 45-megawatt wind farm in Guayanilla is being developed by WindMar Renewable Energy. The same firm is also developing a 4.5-megawatt project at a quarry in Ponce's Barrio Cerrillos that is large enough to supply the power needs of 1,500 families. WindMar made a $35 million investment using its own funds, and the project is creating 70 full-time jobs during the construction phase.

OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION

SOLAR ENERGY

GUAYAMA, 24 MW PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER

OIL SOLAR DIRECTION Regional temperatures vary from 80 to 90 degrees farenheit during the day, and 70 to 80 degrees at night.

AES SOLAR: AES Solar Ilumina Project: A 24 MW Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant in Puerto Rico. The AES plant will feature over 100,000 photovoltaic panels to generate solar energy. The project is located in the Jobos Industrial Park in Guayama.

About AES Solar AES Solar is a leading global solar energy owner and operator, with photovoltaic projects across the world – Italy, Greece, Spain, France, the United States, Bulgaria and India, among others. Energy production plants on an industrial scale connect to electrical grids that supply renewable energy to tens of thousands of homes and businesses.

ENERGY COST: AVERAGE ENERGY COST IN PUERTO RICO MONTH

Currently, approximately 69% of the annual energy required by PREPA is generated by oil-powered electric plants.

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RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

INDUSTRUIAL

OCT 2011

28 c/kWh

29 c/kWh

24 c/kWh

SEP 2011

28 c/kWh

29 c/kWh

24 c/kWh

AUG 2011

28 c/kWh

29 c/kWh

25 c/kWh

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ENERGY SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ARRA

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GRANTS & LOANS

STATE ENERGY PROGRAM

State Energy Program New Regulation Revolving Loan Program Regulation Agriculture Renewable Energy Program Building Energy Efficiency Retrofit Form Solar Water Heater Rebate Form Sun Energy Program Wind Energy Forms

FINANSCAPE

PUERTO RICO’S COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY REFORM WIND ENERGY

AGRICULTURE RENEWABLE ENERGY

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES ENERGY PRODUCTION

http://www.prgef.com/

Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies: Solar Thermal Electric, Photovoltaic, Landfill Gas, Wind, Biomass, Hydroelectric, Geothermal Electric, Municipal Solid Waste, Hydrogen, Tidal Energy, Wave Energy and Ocean Thermal. The Green Energy Incentives Act for the Development of Puerto Rico (EIA, Law 83 of 2010) provides a wide array of tax incentives and credits that enable local and foreign companies dedicated to renewable energy activities to operate within Puerto Rico while taking advantage of tax incentives.

SOLAR WATER HEATER REBATE

GREEN ENERGY FUND ELIGIBLE GREEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Eligible Green Energy Technologies shall mean the green technologies eligible to apply for an incentive under the Green Energy Fund, as approved from time to time by PREAA and indicated in the Reference Guides. The following Green Energy technologies are eligible to receive incentives under the Green Energy Fund during fiscal year 2011-2012: Solar energy Wind energy

GREEN ENERGY INCENTIVES

Businesses dedicated to the production of energy for consumption in Puerto Rico through the use of renewable sources are eligible companies under the EIA. In addition, businesses devoted to assembling equipment used to generate energy from renewable resources are eligible. The main economic incentives include:

BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY RETROFIT

Geothermal energy

Renewable biomass combustion Combustion of gas derived from renewable biomass

Sun Energy

Combustion of biofuels derived exclusively from renewable biomass

1) 4% fixed income tax rate for 15 years. 2) Tax credit equal to 50% of the cost of "machinery and equipment for the generation and efficient use of energy" 3) Up to 50% credit of qualified research and development expenses 4) 90% exemption from real and personal property taxes for 15 years 5) Residential and Small Businesses applications 6) Up to 60% rebate on installation costs of renewable energy equipment

Qualifying hydroelectric energy

There are additional tax credits available, including tax credits for locating in a "low industrial development zone" or for purchasing products manufactured in Puerto Rico, among others.

Combustion of gas derived from a landfill

Energy Reform: The DEDC is leading the Governor’s energy reform effort, known as the Puerto Rico Green Island Initiative, which will establish and implement new policies and programs that will make Puerto Rico more competitive by ensuring that electricity on the island is affordable, reliable, and sustainable. The “Puerto Rico Green Energy Incentives Act” of 2010 created the Green Energy Fund (GEF) to increase green energy production and promote sustainability in Puerto Rico. Through the GEF, the Government of Puerto Rico will co-invest up to $290 million in the development of renewable energy projects on the island. Starting July 1, 2011, $20 million will be allocated to the GEF; funding then escalates to $40 million by fiscal year 2017.

GREEN ENERGY FUND The Green Energy Fund offers rebates of up to 60% of the eligible costs for Tier 1 (0-100 kW) projects and up to 50% for Tier 2 (101 kW - 1 MW) projects. Tier 1 rebates for each funding cycle will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis while Tier 2 rebates will be awarded through a quarterly competitive process. Eligible technologies and the methodology to calculate the incentive amount are presented in the Tier 1 and Tier 2 Reference Guides

Marine and hydrokinetic renewable energy Oceanic thermal energy Alternate Renewable Energy Conversion of municipal solid waste Anaerobic digestion Fuel cells

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RIC0

ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS

SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

APR

MAY

TIMESCAPE

SOLSTICE JUNE 21

JUL

AUG

RESIDENTIAL COMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL TOTAL

CENT/KWH

KEY:

RESIDENCIAL

28.00 27.00 26.00 25.00 24.00 23.00 22.00 21.00 20.00 19.00 18.00 17.00 16.00

25.00

CENT/KWH

20.00

NOV

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

SOLSTICE DEC 21

JAN

FEB

69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

EQUINOX MAR 21 69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

BUILDING EFFICIENCY SOLAR ENERGY 22.279

21.927

21.435

21.065

21.208

20.927

4.138

3.776

3.495

4.050

4.010

3.998

13.082

13.029

13.040

12.024

12.210

11.986

5.059

5.122

4.900

4.992

4.988

4.943

15.00 10.00

OCT

22.148 3.726

20.678

22.988

23.932

3.994

4.315

4.197

14.071

14.439

15.129

4.923

5.179

5.114

24.314

24.952

25.459

3.900

4.175

3.991

13.746

14.082

14.247

16.643

6.668

6.695

7.222

6.638

21.207

21.661

3.876

3.777

12.103

13.056

13.587

4.756

4.275

4.296

RESIDENTIAL

4.360

4.125

NATURAL GAS 13.366

26.665

24.439

11.495

17.051

5.00

COMERCIAL 25.00

CENT/KWH

AVERAGE COST IN CENTS PER KWH

COST OF ENERGY IN PUERTO RICO

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

EQUINOX SEPT 21

20.00 15.00

23.052

23.405

22.929

3.934

3.811

3.331

12.400

12.997

12.491

6.717

6.596

7.107

5.056

22.700

5.058

22.214

22.186

22.288

3.966

3.840

3.909

3.537

11.735

11.717

11.716

12.583

11.287

6.514

6.629

6.663

6.580

6.703

WIND ENERGY

22.004

COMERCIAL

4.262

4.014

INDUSTRIAL 20.00

CENT/KWH

27.544

10.00 5.00

18.612 3.56

19.722

18.809

18.467

18.642

3.105

3.559

3.516

3.570

11.935

11.377

10.631

10.704

10.774

4.341

4.327

4.277

4.422

3.446

15.00 10.00

11.341

5.00

KEY: PURCHASING POWER (COGENERATION) FUEL PURCHASE BASIC RATE

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5.254

3.711

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SOLSTICE JUNE

18.103

19.040 3.236

11.530

ENERGY 3.759

4.274

18.323

AUG

EQUINOX SEPT

3.403

10.267

4.352

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

22.575

INDUSTRIAL

3.837

3.704

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

20.263

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC

15.175

3.563 87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

JAN

FEB

EQUINOX MAR

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ENERGY SOUTH REGION OF PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CARTOGRAPHYOF SOUTH PUERTO RICO ENERGY

141 4 41 Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba Yauco

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

10 0 505 5 503 3

150 0

149 9

2

163

52 1

116 EcoElectrica

Central Costa Sur Operates with Renewable Energy

Wind Farm, Guayanilla

Urban Center

Green Area

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Natural Reserve

713 3

#

Main Road Network

Solar Energy Guayama

WInd Farm, San Isabel

Powerstation

Central Aguirre Salinas

Proposed Gas Pipeline

AES Carbon Guayama

LEGEND

Electrical Energy Transmission Lines Proposed Electrical Energy transmission Lines

Electric Power Transmission Center Electrical Energy Services Electrical Energy Proposed Infrastructure

GREEN ENERGY

ILLUMINATING THE FUTURE

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MUNICIPAL ENERGY ASSETS

Power Station

TERRITORIAL ADDED VALUE RESOURCES

Electric Power Transmission Center Electrical Energy Services

1

GUÁNICA TC 115/38

2

1 3 4

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Electrical Energy Proposed Infrastructure Proposed Gas Pipeline Electrical Energy Transmission Lines Proposed Electrical Energy transmission Lines

AGUIRRE

2

EXPANSIÓN AGUIRRE 230

2

EXPANSIÓN AGUIRRE 230

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SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

2

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PEÑUELAS 13 KV

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CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH

TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTA TAATION TA TION & LOGISTICS

SOUTH

PUERTO RICO CATALOGUE OF REGIONAL ASSETS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITY

PRODUCT AND SERVICES DISTRIBUTION ECOSYSTEM

PROMPTING TRADE AND INTEGRATION IN GLOBAL SUPPLY AND DEMAND CHAINS

ETHNOSCAPE

MEDIASCAPE

TIMESCAPE

MANUFACTURING ECOSYSTEM

GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS

ACTIVITY

TECHNOSCAPE

FINANSCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GLOBAL & LOCAL BEHAVIOR

DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

MARITIME PORTS, AIRPORTS, HIGHWAYS & FREE TRADING ZONES

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INTEGRATION TO THE GLOBAL SUPPLY / DEMAND CHAIN

A SOUND INVESTMENT

BEHAVIOR & PATTERNS SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM ASSETS, ADDED VALUE & TERRITORY

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

EXPERIENCE THE SOUTH:

SITRAS, Ponce

South Region Integrated Transportation System (SITRAS)

TRANSPORTATION, ROADS & HIGHWAYS

Mercedita International Airport, Ponce

Built in 1939, it was originally an aerodrome used for the airborne irrigation of sugarcane fields belonging to the Serralles distillery.

AIRPORTS & CARGO

DISCOVER, EXPLORE & LIVE

Plaza del Caribe Shooping Center, Ponce

The largest mall in south Puerto Rico. The mall has over 130 stores and is anchored by Sears and JCPenney.

INDUSTRY / COMMERCE & RETAIL

Port of The Americas, Rafael Cordero Santiago The project aims to convert the current Port of Ponce into an international shipping hub.

PORT OF THE AMERICAS

The Southern Region of Puerto Rico has excellent ground, maritime and air mobility infrastructure to establish itself as a vital node in the global chain value. Highways, airports and commercial, tourist and marine ports are structural elements of the economic activity in the South Region of Puerto Rico. The Port of the Americas is the most modern and efficient logistics center in the Caribbean. By fostering an unprecedented level of supply chain management technologies known to the region, the Port of the Americas will provide sustainable, competitive advantages relative to other regional ports. The Port is immediately adjacent to 200 acres of undeveloped property designated as a Foreign Trade Zone providing all FTZ benefits, including exemptions from many U.S. and Puerto Rico taxes and duties. In addition, the Port is surrounded by an additional 1,000 acres specially zoned to provide value-added services, such as packaging and distribution centers. The Port enjoys full governmental support for its mission and has been designated as the cornerstone of Puerto Rico’s economic CHAMBER OF COMMERCE development plan for the southern half of the island. The Port’s management understands both U.S. and Latin-American business cultures, and the value of obtaining and providing the commercial intelligence necessary to benefit its users.

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

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MANUFACTURING ECOSYSTEM

COOPER VISION

MEDTRONIC INDUSTRIES

SARTORIUS STEDIM

ABBOTT INDUSTRIES

CIRACET CORPORATION

ZIMMER INDUSTRIES

ROYAL BORINQUEN

DESTILERIA SERRALLES

ROVIRA CORPORATION

PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICAL DEVICES

SOUTH REGION INDUSTRIAL ECOSYSTEM: Puerto Rico is the lowest- cost gateway to the most lucrative life sciences market in the world. Operating within a U.S. jurisdiction, with the added tax benefits of operating under a foreign tax structure, Puerto Rico’s value proposition offers an unparalleled combination of both financial and operational advantages. Companies also find a ready supply of educated workers at all skill levels. Puerto Rico’s universities graduate some 23,000 bilingual students each year, 9,000 with degrees in science, engineering and technology, placing the island 9th in the U.S. in terms of engineering degrees awarded.

$18.5 BILLION

PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS IN PUERTO RICO

ELECTRONICS & HEALTH PRODUCTS

ETHNOSCAPE

PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICAL DEVICES

South Region Top Manufactured Products:

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ELECTRONICS & HEALTH PRODUCTS

$1.20 BILLIONS ELECTRONICS IN PUERTO RICO

Food and Kindered Products Fabricated Metal Products Chemicals and Allied Products Instruments and Related Products Stone, Clay and Glass Products Furniture and Fixtures Apparel and Other Electrical Equipment Rubber and Miscellaneous Plastic Products Transportation Equipment Printing and Publishing Industrial Machinery and Equipment Paper and Allied Products Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries Primary Metal Industries Leather and Leather Products Petrolium Refining & Related Industries

FOOD & KINDRED GOODS

$103 MILLION

FOOD AND KINDRED IN PUERTO RICO

2

4

6

8

10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26

RESEARCH INITIATIVES

RESEARCH CENTERS:

IB-SCORE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SUPPLY CHAIN, OUTREACH, RESEARCH & EXCELLENCE CENTER

PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

PRODUCTS MADE IN PUERTO RICO’S

SOUTH REGION

PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS

16

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ARE MANUFACTURED IN

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PUERTO RICO

HAMILTON SUNDSTRAND, SANTA ISABEL

CEMEX PUERTO RICO

STEEL & PIPES (PONCE & GUAYAMA) JUNCO STEEL PUERTO RICO WIRE PUERTO RICO WIRE ROTGER ELECTRIC

T Manufactured Products Top Produ in Puerto Rico include: Chemicals, medical products, electronics, food and kindred goods, steel and metal works.

ELECTRONICS

16 OUT OF THE TOP 20 PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS SOLD IN THE U.S.

VASALLO INDUSTRIES

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PLASTIC, METAL & CONCRETE

PLASTIC, METAL & CONCRETE

0

6

FOOD & KINDRED GOODS

NUMBER OF SOUTHERN REGION MANUFACTURING PLANTS BY PRODUCT:

Electromedical Equipment Surgical Appliance and Supplies Relays and Industrial Controls

FOOD AND KINDRED

INDUSTRIES +150 MANUFACTURING AS OF 2010

Flour and Grain Mill Products Cookies & Crackers Macaroni and Spaghetti Poultry Processing & Meat Packing Plants Roasted Coffee

Puerto Rico Industrial Develpment Company

REGISTERED INDUSTRIES IN THE SOUTH REGION

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PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICAL DEVICES

ELECTRONICS & HEALTH PRODUCTS

FOOD & KINDRED GOODS

PLASTIC, METAL & CONCRETE

LOGISTICS SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS

SEAPORTS

TECHNOSCAPE

Port of the Americas, PONCE

500 K

REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY: INTERMODAL NETWORK

TEUs Annual Capacity 1. PORT OF PONCE 2. PORT OF GUAYANILLA Greenfields Container 3. PORT OF GUAYAMA Terminals 2014 Scheduled

THE PORT OF THE AMERICAS PROJECT, FINANCED BY THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AS AN ISLAND- WIDE INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTION, COUNTS WITH A COMMITMENT OF MORE THAN USD$250 MILLION.

AIR PORTS MERCEDITA AIRPORT, PONCE

13.7

Million Tons

PASSENGER ASSENGER MOVEMENT AT A THE MERCEDITA T AIRPORT TA IN FY 2008 WAS W 278,911, AN ASTOUNDING 1,228% INCREASE OVER FISCAL YEAR 2003 AND THE HIGHEST OF ALL THE REGIONAL AIRPORTS FOR THAT 5-YEAR PERIOD

CARGO 2009-2010

AN ASTOUNDING 1,228% PASSENGER MOVEMENT INCREASE OVER 5-YEAR

FREE TRADING ZONES TOTAL FREE TRADE ZONE LAND AVAILABLE:

521

Acres

FREE TRADE ZONE U.S. CUSTOMS CLEARANCE 100% EXEMPTION ON TANGIBLE PROPERTY 100% EXEMPTION ON EXPORTS FROM THE ZONE AND SUB-ZONES 60% EXEMPTION ON THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY THAT IS DESIGNATED INTANGIBLE

1. GUAYANILLA DEMACO PORT 2. MERCEDITA INDUSTRIAL PARK 3. PORT OF PONCE 4. PORT OF LAS AMERICAS 5. PEERLESS OILS & CHEMICALS IN GUAYAMA

FTZ# 163 ROADS & HIGHWAYS

The manufacturing sector contributed 45.5 percent ($43.5 billion) to GDP in 2009 as compared to 43.6 percent ($40.5 billion) in the previous year. In 2009, the manufacturing GDP increased at 7.4 percent (nominal prices) as compared to 3 percent overall GDP growth. Undoubtedly, in constant prices GDP declined in 2009 by 3.7 percent. It is surmised that the manufacturing GDP in constant prices increased in Puerto Rico. In 2009, the manufacturing GDP amounted to $43.5 billion which was made possible by 97,825 workers. This means productivity of a Puerto Rican worker was about $445,000 in 2009. In 2008, 104,200 workers produced $40.5 billion manufacturing GDP which means that productivity was $398,136. This means that productivity in nominal prices increased by 14.4 percent.

Ponce - San Juan: 1.5 hrs. San Juan - Aguadilla: 1.5 hrs. San Juan - Ceiba: 1 hr. Aguadilla - Ponce: 1.5 hrs.

AGUADILLA

ARECIBO

SAN JUAN

UTUADO

CAGUAS

MAYAGUEZ

FAJARDO CEIBA

INTRAREGIONAL CONNECTIVITY / DISTANCE:

PR-2 , PR-52

MAIN REGIONAL HIGHWAYS

1. PONCE - MAYAGUEZ 46 MILES 2. PONCE - AGUADILLA 63 MILES 3. PONCE - ARECIBO 48 MILES 4. PONCE - SAN JUAN 70 MILES 5. PONCE - FAJARDO 89 MILES 6. PONCE - SALINAS 24 MILES 7. PONCE - UTUADO 32 MILES 8. PONCE - CAGUAS 53 MILES

INFRASTRUCTURE:

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PATILLAS PONCE

SALINAS

INTEGRATED PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE CITY OF PONCE

14

SHIPPING LINES PROVIDE SERVICE TO

55

4,300

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PORTS IN 22 COUNTRIES

INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL AIRPORTS WITH SOME CARGO FLIGHTS PER MONTH

100%

92

5,359MW

DIGITAL SWITCHING TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK

SATELLITES CONNECT PUERTO RICO WITH THE WORLD

OF DIVERSIFIED ELECTRICAL GENERATING CAPACITY

7TH

BUSIEST CONTAINER PORT SYSTEM IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE

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CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS

KEY EXPORT MARKETS Identified economies which are the largest source of imports for country/economy denoted on map. WTO 2010

MEDIASCAPE

GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS INDEX 2010-2011 WEF rating on: Basic requirements, efficiency enhancers, innovation and sophistication factors The World Economic Forum rankings for Central America are: Panama (53), followed by Costa Rica 56, Guatemala ( 78), El Salvador ( 82), Honduras ( 91) and Nicaragua ( 112. Chile (30), Puerto Rico (41) and Barbados (43) are the only three economies from Latin American and the Caribbean with rankings in the top 50. The region's next most competitive economies according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011, released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), are: Panama (53), Costa Rica (56) and Brazil (58). Only Chile (30) and the two small Caribbean islands of Puerto Rico (41) and Barbados (43) feature within the top 50 most competitive economies in the world. Up one place since last year, Puerto Rico (41) confirms its strong position in Central America, displaying a dynamic and sophisticated business sector (27), producing all along the value chain (31), with an important capacity for innovation (33). Also notable competitive strengths are the island’s quality higher education and training system (38) and its wellfunctioning goods markets (34).

FEATURED IN THE TOP 50 MOST COMPETITIVE ECONOMIES IN THE WORLD Chile, Puerto Rico and Barbados are the only three economies from Latin American and the Caribbean with rankings in the top 50.

CHILE

#30

PUERTO RICO

#41

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BARBADOS

#43

MAIN CONTAINER SHIPPING ROUTES MARITIME ROUTES TO PUERTO RICO

BUSIEST CONTAINER TERMINALS IN PUERTO RICO 2008 5,000,000 TEUs (units based on volume of 20ft container)

INTERNATIONAL TRADING ROUTES $22,804,195,501 4.2 %

SOURCE: Containerisation International and MDS Transmodal

Puerto Rico (41) confirms its strong position in the Latin American Region, displaying a dynamic and sophisticated business sector (27), producing all along the value chain (31), with an important capacity for innovation (33). Also notable competitive strengths are the island’s quality higher education and training system (38) and its well- functioning goods markets (34).

2010 PUERTO RICO TOTAL EXPORTS:

1,500,000 TEUS EXPECTED BY 2014

OF PUERTO RICO TOTAL GDP FOR 2009 (95.7 BILLION)

PORT OF THE AMERICAS

PUERTO RICO’S TOTAL

22,804

INSTITUTIONS

MACROECONOMICS ENVIRONMENT

INFRASTRUCTURE

HEALTH AND PRIMARY EDUCATION

EXPORTS IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS EUROPE

15,812 TECHNOLOGICAL READINESS MARKET SIZE

ASIA

3,495 BUSINESS SOPHISTICATION INNOVATION

NORTH AMERICA

CARIBBEAN

1,417

846

HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING MARKET EFFICIENCY

SOUTH AMERICA

554 LABOR MARKET EFFICIENCY

FINANCIAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT

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LOGISTICS SOUTH PUERTO RICO Law 76 of August 25, 2005

10% credit for cruises consuming locally produced goods + aditional 10% on goods certified by the

FIXED RATE ON NET TAXABLE INCLOME

CREDIT FOR R&D EXPENSES

4%

50%

Beginning July 1, 2008, Act 73 allows for a wide array of tax incentives and credits that enable local and foreign companies to operate successfully in Puerto Rico, enjoying the benefits of operating within a U.S. jurisdiction, while taking advantage of a foreign tax structure since for U.S. tax purposes, Puerto Rico is treated as a foreign jurisdiction. ACT NO.73 offers:

1. Designated cluster industry incentives 2. Special deductions for investment in structures, machinery and equipment 3. Infrastructure incentives 4. Training incentives AGUADILLA

ARECIBO

SAN JUAN

UTUADO

CAGUAS

MAYAGUEZ

FAJARDO CEIBA

PATILLAS

10 years

15 years

INDUSTRIAL FREE TRADE ZONES

20 years

SALINAS

PONCE

25 years

MACHINERY AND CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

* Purchase of products manufactured in Puerto Rico * Job creation * Research and Development (“R&D”) * Industrial investment * Credit for technology transfer * Credit for investment in strategic projects

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ACT NO. 73

DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE FOR PUERTO RICO

TAX CREDITS

Any tax grant issued pursuant to Act 73 shall be for a 15-year period

FINANSCAPE

Industrial Development Company of Puerto Rico and The Department of Agriculture

1. Asembling, packaging & bottling operations 2. Trading, marketing & educational centers 3. Medical labs, air and maritime & logistics port facilities 4. Architectural & Engineering services 5. Repair and maintenance of air and sea vessels 6. Machinery and electronics 7. Economic, Environmental, technological & Scientific Consulting

TAX EXCEMPTIONS

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES A SOUND INVESTMENT ELECTRONICS AND HEALTH PRODUCTS ASSEMBLING, PACKAGING & BOTTLING

OTHER INDUSTRIES

n important

A

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

PERSONAL & REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION INDUSTRIAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION CREDIT

90%

60%

10%

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TIMESCAPE

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ACTIVITY, PATTERNS & BEHAVIOR

JAN

FEB

AGRO-INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY

OCT

NOV

SOLSTICE DEC 21 69 °F / 20.6 °C 57 °F / 13.9 °C

PREVENTION

H

WELLNESS

BIOTECHNOLOGY

PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY TERRAIN QUALITY & FERTILITY

AGRICULTURAL SEEDS TRAITS & TECHNOLOGIES COFFEE

PORT OF THE AMERICAS

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ACTIVITY INTEGRATION A ATION

CARGO MOVEMENT SHORT TONS (2,000 POUNDS)

169,420 IN BULK EXPORTATION (SHORT TONS) 184, 773 IN BULK IMPORTATION (SHORT TONS)

LOAD IMPORT

FOOD PRODUCTION

WATER QUALITY

POULTRY & EGGS PLANTAINS COFFEE FRUITS LIVESTOCK VEGETABLES

LOAD EXPORT

ACEROLA AGUACATE AJI DULCE APIO BATATA BERENJENA CALABAZA CARAMBOLA CEBOLLA COCO CORAZON CHAYOTE CHINA FRESA GANDUL GUANABANA GUINEO HABICHUELA TIERNA HABICHUELA VERDE LECHUGA LIMA LIMON MAIZ MALANGA MAMEY MAMEY SAPOTE MANDARINA MANGO MELON DE AGUA NAME FLORIDO NISPERO PANA DE PEPITA PANAPEN PAPAYA PARCHA PEPINILLO PIMIENTO PINA PLATANO QUENEPA QUIMBOMBO REPOLLO TAMARINDO TOMATE YAUTIA BLANCA YAUTIA MORADA YUCA

SOUTH REGION TOP CROPS:

17,015

WASTE CHEMICALS CLINKER CEMENT(BAGS) OTHER IRON CARBON CLINKER L.P.G. WOOD MELAO SYRUP CHEMICALS SUGAR GYPSUM OTHER

6,891

STARTS BASEBALL SEASON

16,778 3,986 3,261

2,536 3,813

6,230

6,064

11,957

11,806

7,109 6,371

4,245

3,239

7,164

11,139

4,464

1,499 2,539

5,004 26,310

34,812 15,986 2,024

10,001

10,522

4,982

41,603

2,400

4,950

9,895

10,103 3,037

3,377

SYSTEM VOLUME AUGMENTATION

3,749 9,510

3,295

11,995 2,033

997,468 15,434

1,171,250 17,089

499

GLOBAL DYNAMIC VALUE CHAIN PRODUCTION CARGO (POUNDS) 2009 PASSENGERS 2009

1,087,470 16,388

921,960 14,299

194, 942 PASSENGERS IN 2009 13,405,225 POUNDS OF CARGO IN 2009

1,266,814 16,658

1,177,856 17,048

15,989

87 °F / 30.6 °C 67 °F / 19.4 °C

JAN

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EQUINOX SEPT 21

ADDED VALUE ZONES

POULTRY & EGGS LIVESTOCK

169,420 IN BULK EXPORTATION (SHORT TONS) 184, 773 IN BULK IMPORTATION (SHORT TONS)

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ACTIVITY INTEGRATION A ATION

AUG

73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

ARC

PHARMACEUTICALS

JUL

RES E

MEDICAL DEVICES

BIOTECHNOLOGIES PHARMACEUTICALS

SOLSTICE JUNE 21 73 °F / 22.8 °C 61 °F / 16.1 °C

INVESTIGATION

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

MERCEDITA AIRPORT

MAY

PREMIUM QUALITY PRODUCTS

OTHER LEADER MANUFACTURERS

INDUSTRY RELATED AATED PRODUCTS & SERVICES

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

APR

69 °F / 20.6 °C 56 °F / 13.3 °C

SYNCHRONIZATION DIAGRAM

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ACTIVITY INTEGRATION A ATION

EQUINOX MAR 21

FEB

SUN EQUINOX

17,265

20,568

18,385

90 °F / 32.2 °C 74 °F / 23.3 °C

APR

MAY

SUN SOLSTICE

905,459 13,077

903,321 12,742

90 °F / 32.2 °C 73 °F / 22.8 °C

JUL

AUG

SUN EQUINOX

87 °F / 30.6 °C 68 °F / 20.0 °C

OCT

NOV

SUN SOLSTICE

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TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS SOUTH PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO TOWING & BOAT SERVICES INC.

LUIS A. AYALA COLÓN SUCRS. INC.

SPRT operates from the Port of Guayanilla and serves almost exclusively barges entering the ports from Guayama to Mayaguez.

From the early Caribbean schooners to great bulk fleets, such as the American Export Lines, and the newest container ships, Ayala Colón has led the shipping industry in volume, service and reliability.

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS

141 4 41 Jayuya Adjuntas Aibonito

Villalba

Coamo Commercial Center

Plaza Juana Diaz Strip Mall

Yauco

Peñuelas Guayanilla

Guánica

Coamo Ponce

Juana Díaz Salinas Santa Isabel

Patillas Arroyo Guayama

10 0 505 5 503 3

150 0

149 9

163

2

52 1

116 Ponce Town Center Strip Mall Ponce Mall

Mercedita International Airport La Rambla Strip Mall El Monte Plaza Strip Mall Centro del Sur Shopping Center

Guanica’s Port

Yauco Plaza I,II &III Shooping Center

Guayanilla Demaco Port

Plaza del Caribe Shopping Center

Plaza Guayama Strip Mall

Plaza Santa Isabel Santa Isabel Strip Mall

Port of The Americas Rafael Cordero Santiago Urban Center

Green Area

Urban Area

Lakes and Lagoons

Built-up Area

Main Rivers

Natural Reserve

#

Main Road Network

Gayama Strip Mall Telecommunication Antennas

Port

LEGEND Industrial Parks Dump Public Car Route

Shoping Center

Public Car Terminal

Shoping Center More than (4)

Regional Airports

International Airports

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713 3

Waste Management Services

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TERRITORIAL ASSETS

CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

Telecommunication Antennas

MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTIC ASSETS

Port

TERRITORIAL ADDED-VALUE RESOURCES

Airports Waste Management Services Industrial Parks Dump Public Car Route

1 1

Guanica Sea Port

CDCP-Guanica

3 2

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4 5

1 1 2 9

MERCEDITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PORT OF THE AMERICAS - PONCE

CDCP-PONCE V-PONCE

1 3

CDCP-JUANA DIAZ PI-JUANA DIAZ-COMBO V-JUANA DIAZ-OPER.

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PI-AIBONITO-PPG

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CDP-ADJUNTAS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

SOUTH PUERTO RICO

4

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1 2

SANTA ISABEL AIRPORT

1 1 5 1

GUAYAMA SEA PORT

CDCP-GUAYAMA V-GU`AYAMA

3 3

CDCP-VILLALBA-FAB-ALBA CDCP-VILLALBA-FAB-METRONIC PI-VILLALBA-MET

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PATILLAS AIPORT

CDCP-PATILLAS

CDCP-JAYUYA VEGA LINDA CDDP-JAYUYA COABEY PI-JAYUYA-MET V-JAYUYA-O

2

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ORGANOGRAM

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE & AGENCIES

GOVERNANCE

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ORGANOGRAM

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SOUTH REGION OF PUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE & AGENCIES

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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ORGANOGRAM

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GUBERNAMENTAL AGENCIES

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

EDUCATION

ORGANOGRAM

COMMONWEALTH

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

HOUSE

SENATE

OF

GOVERNOR

REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS

PUBLIC HOUSING

ADMINISTRATION

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

3

CORRECTIONS

AND REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

5

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PORTS AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO

PUERTO RICO POLICE

CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

AND FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FINANCING CORPORATION

HEALTH INSURANCE

ADMINISTRATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

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SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

FEDERAL AFFAIRS

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE CARIBBEAN

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

BLIND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

6

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

4

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

HIGHER

OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

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LOGISTICS SOUTH REGION SOUTH OF REGION PUERTOOFRICOPUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ORGANOGRAM

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

HEALTH & WELLBEING COMMONWEALTH

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

HOUSE

SENATE

OF

GOVERNOR

REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS

PUBLIC HOUSING

ADMINISTRATION

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

3

CORRECTIONS

AND REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

5

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PORTS AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO

PUERTO RICO POLICE

CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

AND FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FINANCING CORPORATION

HEALTH INSURANCE

ADMINISTRATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

16461-00-camara sur interior r5.indd 115

SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

FEDERAL AFFAIRS

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE CARIBBEAN

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

BLIND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

6

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

4

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

HIGHER

OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

2/23/12 4:43 PM


ORGANOGRAM

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GUBERNAMENTAL AGENCIES

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS

ORGANOGRAM

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

COMMONWEALTH

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

SENATE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

GOVERNOR

OFFICE 1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS

PUBLIC HOUSING

ADMINISTRATION

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

3

CORRECTIONS

AND REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

5

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PORTS AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

AND FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FINANCING CORPORATION

HEALTH INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

16461-00-camara sur interior r5.indd 116

SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

FEDERAL AFFAIRS

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE CARIBBEAN

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN

PUERTO RICO POLICE

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

BLIND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

6

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

4

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

2/23/12 4:43 PM


LOGISTICS SOUTH REGION SOUTH OF REGION PUERTOOFRICOPUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ORGANOGRAM

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

ENERGY COMMONWEALTH

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

SENATE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

GOVERNOR

OFFICE 1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION AND

PUBLIC WORKS

PUBLIC HOUSING

ADMINISTRATION

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

4

CORRECTIONS AND

REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

5

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PORTS AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO

PUERTO RICO POLICE

CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

AND

FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FINANCING CORPORATION

HEALTH INSURANCE

ADMINISTRATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

16461-00-camara sur interior r5.indd 117

SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

FEDERAL AFFAIRS

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE CARIBBEAN

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

BLIND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

6

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

3

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

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ORGANOGRAM

CARTOGRAPHY OF SOUTH PUERTO RICO

GUBERNAMENTAL AGENCIES

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

TOURISM

ORGANOGRAM

COMMONWEALTH

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

SENATE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

EXECUTIVE BRANCH GOVERNOR

OFFICE 1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

PUBLIC HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION

ADMINISTRATION

AND PUBLIC WORKS

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

3

5

CORRECTIONS

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

AND REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PORTS AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

AND FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO

EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FINANCING CORPORATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

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SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

FEDERAL AFFAIRS

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE

HEALTH INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE CARIBBEAN

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS

BLIND

6

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PUERTO RICO POLICE

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

4

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

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LOGISTICS SOUTH REGION SOUTH OF REGION PUERTOOFRICOPUERTO RICO

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

ORGANOGRAM

CORRESPONDING AGENCIES

ART & CULTURE COMMONWEALTH

OF

PUERTO RICO FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

SENATE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION

GOVERNOR

OFFICE 1

OFFICE

OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES

OFFICE

OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO

OFFICE

OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

OF THE

HOUSING

TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS

PUBLIC HOUSING

ADMINISTRATION

COMMISSION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

HEALTH

FAMILY

ADMINISTRATION SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION EMERGENCY MEDICAL CORPS

2

EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILD SUPPORT

OFFICE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS

ADMINISTRATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

JUSTICE

3

CORRECTIONS

AND REHABILITATION

INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF PUERTO RICO

5

PUBLIC SAFETY AND PROTECTION COMMISSION

CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATION

PAROLE BOARD

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL PERMITS

SERVICES OFFICE PRIOR TO THE TRIAL

MANAGEMENT FOR CARE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN

METROPOLITAN BUS AUTHORITY HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

MEDICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION OF PUERTO RICO

PUERTO RICO POLICE

CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

AND FINANCING

CONSUMER AFFAIRS

ENERGY AFFAIRS

CARIBBEAN

PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT BANK FOR PUERTO RICO

RIGHT TO EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL FINANCE AGENCY FINANCE AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK OF PUERTO RICO CORPORATION TAX FUND OF PUERTO RICO

HEALTH INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION

MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION

CORPORATION9 FOR THE

PERFORMING ARTS-MUSICAL

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SYMPHONY 9 ORCHESTRA CORPORATION

PUERTO RICAN CULTURE INSTITUTE

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

PUERTO RICO CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

CORPORATION OF THE

FINE ARTS CENTER

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER

ADMINISTRATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

DIABETES CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

TRADE AND EXPORT COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO

FINANCING AUTHORITY INDUSTRIAL, TOURIST,

EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL FINANCING AUTHORITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

CORPORATION OF THE STATE INSURANCE FUND

PUBLIC BUILDING AUTHORITY

COMPANY FOR THE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTS, SCIENCE AND FILM INDUSTRY

AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE CORPORATION

FEDERAL AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION PUERTO RICO

COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION PUERTO RICO

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH GENERAL SERVICES

PUBLIC CORPORATIONS

FINANCING CORPORATION

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CORPORATION

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC

LAS AMERICAS PORT

AGRICULTURE

ADMINISTRATION

MARITIME TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF PUERTO RICO AND MUNICIPAL ISLANDS

INTEGRAL 8 DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE PENINSULA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE ADMINISTRATION OF INDUSTRY AND EQUESTRIAN SPORT

INSTITUTIONAL TRUST OF PUERTO RICO NATIONAL GUARD

AND THE

PORTS AUTHORITY

7

FISCAL AGENT

STATE

RESOURCES AND OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

BUSINESS CORPORATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

BLIND INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, MENTALLY RETARDED AND DISABLED

6

MANAGEMENT PERMIT

OF

AGENCIES

COUNCIL OF HUMAN

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE 911 SYSTEM NATIONAL PARKS COMPANY

FINANCE

AND

OFFICE

TRAINING MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

STATE AGENCY FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

ADMINISTRATION OF JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS

SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAMILY

LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES

COURT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

PLANNING BOARD

SECRETARIAT OF THE INTERIOR

STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

(CIO)

4

GOVERNOR

GOVERNOR

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS RECREATION AND SPORTS

JUDICIAL BRANCH

SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

RURAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT ETHICS

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL

LABOR RELATIONS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

GENERAL EDUCATION COUNCIL

TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD

TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATION FOR INSURANCE SUPERVISION AND COOPERATIVES OF PUERTO RICO

COMMISSION

LAND AUTHORITY

PATIENT'S ADVOCATE OFFICE

COMMISSION OF

INVESTIGATION, TRIAL AND APPELLATE

VETERAN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

REVIEW BOARD AND LAND USE PERMITS

OFFICE OF YOUTH AFFAIRS

VENTILATE MUNICIPAL COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO PUBLIC SERVICE

OFFICE OF THE PROCURATOR FOR WOMEN

LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD

MANAGING RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES OF THE

OFFICE OF THE ADVOCATE FOR THE ELDERLY

APPELLATE COMMITTEE OF HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM

ELECTIONS COMMISSION

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITY

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COORDINATOR

PANEL ON THE SPECIAL INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR

SOCIOECONOMIC AND SELFMANAGEMENT FUNDING

FOR

INSTITUTE OF STATISTICS

LAND MANAGEMENT TOURISM COMPANY

INTERAGENCY COUNCIL GROUPINGS QUALITY

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OF

LIFE COUNCIL

INFRASTRUCTURE

AUTHORITY

COUNCIL

FOR

SECURITY

AND

COUNCIL

OF THE

AND

ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AND

FINANCE

JUSTICE COUNCIL

FOR THE

MODERNIZATION

OF THE

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

CONVENTION CENTER OF PUERTO RICO

POWER AUTHORITY

WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

ENLACE 10 PROJECT CORPORATION MARTIN PEÑA

1. CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OGP IS THE GAR. 2. INCLUDES THE TRUST FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD PROTECTION. 3. INCLUDES LAND REGISTRY. 4. INCLUDES REGULATORY BOARD OF REHABILITATION AND RETRAINING PROGRAMS FOR AGGRESSORS. 5. REFLECTED IN THE CHART, SINCE ITS ORGANIC LAW STILL IN FORCE. 6. INCLUDING THE COMMISSION FOR THE SUPERVISION OF THE PAYMENT OF FEES AND STAMP CANCELLATION IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS. 7. IS NOT AN AGENCY, IS INCLUDED FOR GATHERING THE FUNCTIONS OF FINANCING AGENCIES. 8.TIENE EFFECT UNTIL JULY 10, 2012, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL THEY SETTLE THEIR DEBTS. 9. ARE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE MUSICAL ARTS CORPORATION. 10. RUNS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2024, RENEWABLE FOR FIVE (5) ADDITIONAL YEARS OR UNTIL YOU SETTLE YOUR DEBTS.

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SPONSORS THANKS TO OUR COLLABORATORS!

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Customer MÉDICOS A.M. DELANOY MEDICAL SERVICE P.S.C. CENTRO ORTOPÉDICO ESPECIALIZADO ACEVEDO HERNÁNDEZ, GILFREDY OFICINA DRA. SALLY DEL TORO SEGARRA ORTHO SPECIALTY GROUP OFICINA RADIÓLOGO MIGUEL ALEJANDRO ECHEVARRÍA INSTITUTO VISUAL DE CAYEY OFICINA RADIÓLOGO MIGUEL ÁNGEL ECHEVARRÍA QUINTANA CARIBBEAN CARDIO GENERAL ANESTHESIA SOCIETY OFICINA DR. ALVIN D. BALAY-GONZÁLEZ OFICINA DR. EDGARDO FIGUEROA MUÑIZ OFIC. MÉDICA DR. JOSÉ A. CANGIANO CARIBBEAN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT, CORP. PHOENIX CHIROPRACTIC & MASSAGE CENTER OFICINA MÉDICA DR. JORGE H. GUTIÉRREZ ORIONMED OFICINA MÉDICA DR. OSCAR QUINTERO INSTITUTE OF PULMONARY DISEASES DR. LUIS M. IRIZARRY PABÓN ESPECIALISTA MEDICINA INTERNA CARIBBEAN MEDICAL & REHAB, CORP. CLINICA FAMILIAR COTO LAUREL OFICINA DR. MIGUEL A. ECHEVARRÍA CLINICA QUIROPRÁCTICA DE PONCE OFICINA DR. HÉCTOR R. TORRES CABRERA PRIMARY MEDICAL GROUP PUERTO RICO HEALTH SOLUTION, INC. MODERN RADIOLOGY, P.S.C. OFICINA DR. JUAN CARLOS RENTA MARTHA D. REYES RODRÍGUEZ, PEDIATRA SR. LUIS A. RIVERA POMALES OFICINA DR. CARLOS J. CARRO PAGÁN COAMO IMAGING CENTER, INC. OFICINA DE MEDICINA INTERNA DR. RAFAEL VÁSQUEZ PELYHE OFICINA INTERNAL MEDICINE DR. OSVALDO RIVERA RIVERA OFICINA DR. EDSON L. SANTIAGO SC MEDICAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES SERVICIO DE SALUD INDUSTRIAL DEL SUR SOL SURGERY - CIRUGÍA GENERAL Y LAPARASCOPIA SOUTHERN PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE AND ANESTHESIA, INC. OFICINA DR. JAIME VILLA COLÓN GRUPO MÉDICO ANESTESIA, CSP OFICINA DR. CARLOS J. MAYOL SEPÚLVEDA RESEARCH AND CARDIOVASCULAR CORP. DR. VÍCTOR M. RODRÍGUEZ VENEGAS OFICINA DR. BERDIEL OFICINA DR. ELMER L. IRIZARRY CRUZ CENTRO UROGINECOLÓGICO DE GUAYAMA SR. JULIO C. LARACUENTE GONZÁLEZ DENTISTAS DENTAL IMPLANT CENTER OF THE AMERICAS OFICINA DR. JOSÉ A. DUEÑO MALDONADO OFICINA DR. CARLOS F. BENÍTEZ OFICINA DENTAL-ORTODONCISTA DRA. BELÉN M. HERNÁNDEZ OFICINA DENTAL DR. RAMÓN E. MARRERO CIRUJANO DENTISTA BIENES RAICES CENTURY 21/ JULIO A. IRIZARRY REAL ESTATE

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Customer SPECIAL REALTY PONCE PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE SRA. MARÍA BÁEZ MARTÍNEZ REALTOR EMERITUS ABRAHAM GARCÍA PONCE REAL ESTATE, CORP. JOSÉ ROMAGUERA & HIJOS NACAR TOWER SR. FRANCISCO BERRIOS HACIENDA LA ISABELA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BETTINA INVESTMENT CORP BUTLER REAL ESTATE PONCE REALTY, INC. SR. MARCOS MORALES BERRIOS COQUI 2000 REAL ESTATE SR. LUIS CORTÉS BARTOLOMEI SRA. MIGDALIA MOLINA VEGA SRA. NADINE QUINTANA RUIZ J AUDAZ RIVERA VICÉNS REAL ESTATE PROPERTY GROUP S. MÁRQUEZ & ASSOCIATES SALA BUSINESS CORPORATION MARIBEL SÁNCHEZ BIENES RAICES O. VÉLEZ REALTY GROUP MB HOLDINGS & MANAGEMENT, INC. MARGIMAR ENGINEERING SERVICES B.V. PROPERTIES, INC. TAINO REALTY HOMES GALLERY REAL ESTATE PROPERTY WORLD REAL ESTATE EDUCACIÓN KAYROS EDUK GROUP/PONCE PARAMEDICAL COLLEGE INSTITUTO DE BANCA Y COMERCIO COLUMBIA CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO INSTITUTO EDUCATIVO PREMIER PROF. MARISOL ESTARELLAS JORDÁN PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE PR FCBS-PONCE/LEONCILANDIA & FOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN BILINGUAL SCHOOL ACADEMIA ALEXANDRA, INC. ACADEMIA SERRANT ADVANTAGE LEARNING INSTITUTE, INC. AUTOMECA TECHNICAL COLLEGE PONCE CAMBRIDGE LEARNING CENTERS EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES CARIBBEAN SCHOOL, INC. PROF. DAGMAR E. PADILLA COLLAZO CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY CENTRO DESARROLLO DE PEQUEÑAS EMPRESAS Y TECNOLOGÍAS REGIÓN DE NORTH POINT INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE LEARNING FUN CENTRO INTERDISCIPLINARIO PSICOEDUCATIVO CENTRO SAN FRANCISCO, INC. CENTRO SOR ISOLINA FERRÉ, INC. CENTRO DE EVALUACIÓN Y TERAPIA DEL SUR-ESTE, INC. CONGREGACIÓN AMOR DE DIOS UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA DE PR UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO EN PONCE LICEO PONCEÑO, INC. WASHBURN SCHOOL, INC.

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Customer CHIQUIRIMUNDI, INC SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO ANA G. MÉNDEZ SRA. MARÍA I. GAUTIER MALDONADO INSTITUTO EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR DR. RAMÓN TORRES MORALES VENTA E INSTALACIÓN DE ALFOMBRAS FLOORCON NÓMINAS / RECLUTAMIENTO DE PERSONAL ADP - AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING PATHSTONE CORPORATION PSS PATHFINDER, INC. NUTRICIONISTA OFICINA LCDA. WALESKA APONTE SILVA ABOGADOS ADRIÁN J. HILERA PSC ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS & LAW BACO & AMADOR MATTA, INC. BUFETE BELTRÁN SOTO FRAU CATASÚS LAW OFFICES BUFETE DÍAZ GARCÍA ABOGADOS & NOTARIOS, CSP OFICINA LCDO. JOSÉ A. OLIVERAS GONZÁLEZ BUFETE EDNA SANTIAGO, CSP BUFETE EMANUELLI BUFETE EMMANUELLI, C.S.P. LCDA. ANA CRISTINA MUÑOZ ALVARADO BUFETE HERNÁNDEZ COLÓN & VIDAL, S.R.L. BUFETE RAFAEL E. TORRES TORRES BUFETE RIVERA TORRES MUÑOZ NAZARIO LAW OFFICES BUFETE SANTAELLA Y SANTAELLA BUFETE WILLIAM FELICIANO BUFETE ZAPATER LANUZA PARRA DEL VALLE & LIMERES CENTRO DE MEDIACIÓN Y ARBITRAJE LABORAL DE PUERTO RICO BUFETE GOYCO & AMADOR HATTON & COUTO LAW OFFICE OFICINA LCDA. LAURA P. ORTIZ NIEVES OFICINA LEGAL LCDA. MARÍA O. RAMÍREZ SOTO LAW OFFICE OF JUAN P. RIVERA ROMÁN OFICINA LCDA. RAQUEL G. LOUBRIEL COLÓN OFICINA LCDO. JOSÉ MÉNDEZ MOLL OFICINA LCDO. LEMUEL NEGRÓN COLÓN ROVIRA LUNA GROUP MEDINA & MEDINA BUFETE LCDO. MIGUEL A. SANABRIA VICENS & ALVAREZ LAW OFFICE OFICINA LIC. CARLOS TORRES NOLASCO MANFREDY & MANFREDY - ABOGADOS VIVAS & VIVAS SOUTHERN TITLE LEGAL SERVICES, INC. BUFETE MATOS PADRÓ BUFETE RODRÍGUEZ CARTAGENA OFICINA LCDO. GAMALIER PAGÁN MARÍN LCDO. RAFAEL A. ASENCIO MÁRQUEZ CONTABILIDAD JLC ACCOUNTING SERVICES, CSP SR. ALBERTO DE JESÚS FIGUEROA DELGADO & DELGADO CONTADORES VÍCTOR TORRES ORTIZ & ASSOC., CPA, PSC

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787-812-3409 787-843-0786 787-842-3060 787-848-5706

SRA. MARITZA RIVERA

LCDA. ARACELIS VIDAL RIVERA LCDO. RAFAEL E. TORRES TORRES LCDO. HUMBERTO RIVERA TORRES LIC. PILAR MUÑOZ NAZARIO, DEA, MBA LCDO. JOSEPH SANTAELLA VARELA LCDO. WILLIAM FELICIANO RUIZ LCDO. RICARDO ZAPATER LCDO. WALDEMAR DEL VALLE DR. CARLOS ERAZO SANTANA LCDO. JOSÉ R. GOYCO AMADOR LCDO. RICARDO R. HATTON LCDO. JUAN P. RIVERA ROMÁN LCDA. RAQUEL G. LOUBRIEL COLÓN LCDO. SALVADOR F. ROVIRA RODRÍGUEZ LCDO. JUAN E. MEDINA TORRES LCDO. MIGUEL A. SANABRIA LIC. MARÍA E. VICENS RIVERA LIC. CARLOS TORRES NOLASCO LCDO. CONRADO MANFREDY SR. JOSÉ HÉCTOR VIVAS SRA. MARJALISA COLÓN VILLANUEVA LCDA. ELIA MATOS PADRÓ LCDO. MIGUEL RODRÍGUEZ LCDO. GAMALIER PAGÁN MARÍN CPA. LUIS A. COLÓN MORALES SRA. GLORIA M. DELGADO SR. PEDRO J. FEBRE

lemuel.law@gmail.com srovira@roviralunagroup.com bufetemedida@yahoo.com sanabria_juris@hotmail.com mevicens@yahoo.com carlostorres03@gmail.com manfredylawfirm@gmail.com jhvivas1@gmail.com colonlawoffice@yahoo.com bufetematospadro@yahoo.com marc4003@prtc.net pagangamalier@yahoo.com rafaelasencio48@hotmail.com jlcaccounting@yahoo.com ddelgado@prtc.net pfebre@torresortizcpa.com

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Customer AF SANTIAGO GROUP OCASIO-VÁZQUEZ CPA GROUP, P.S.C. CONTABILIDAD AL DÍA CPA. ISMAEL E. CASTILLO CPA. JOSÉ ROVIRA ANADÓN REYES-RAMIS CPA GROUP PSC ROMÁN TORO & CO., CONTADORES PÚBLICOS AUTORIZADOS SR. CARLOS J. VÁZQUEZ RODRÍGUEZ GRUPO NOVA, DBA SRA. GLORIMAR ORTIZ MARRERO POU VENDRELL, CPA & ASSOCIATES BUSINESS FINANCE ADVISORY SERVICE SILVAGNOLI CPA GROUP, PSC JLC ACCOUNTING SERVICE, CORP. DISEÑADORES DE JOYERÍA JOSÉ ECHEVARRÍA DISEÑADORES GOBIERNO MUNICIPIO AUTÓNOMO DE PONCE RESTAURANTES AGUARDIENTE BAR & GRILL AKA LOS TACOS, INC BAHIAS RESTAURANT PIZZA HEAVEN CORP. PICCOLO CAFFE BUFFALO WINGS PONCE SPORTS & GRILL BORINQUEN MACARONI CORP. RESTAURANTE EL ANCLA, INC. RESTAURANTE LA CASA DEL CHEF RESTAURANT EL ORIGINAL DE GUIGUI TEQUILA'S MEXICAN BAR & GRILL, INC. VACA BRAVA, INC. LUNA ROJA BAR AND GRILL SABOR Y RUMBA COMPAÑIAS DE SEGURIDAD Y EFECTOS DE SEGURIDAD ALARMAS DE PONCE, INC. DARK SECURITY CORP. MJ PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS AND SECURITY GROUP, CORP. EAS SYSTEMS, INC. SIGMA SALES, INC. SECURITAS SECURITY SERVICES DE PR RECREACIÓN Y DEPORTES ALBERGUE OLÍMPICO DE PR DIMAS TENNIS TRAINING YMCA DE PONCE ADMINISTRACIÓN DE PROYECTOS DE VIVIENDA ALBORS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION VILLA PONCE HOUSING GASOLINERA / DETALLISTA ALENA CORPORATION F.M. SERVICE STATION (GULF) EMPRESAS SAMUEL IGNACIO, INC TEXACO EL MONTE, INC. MECA ELECTRONIC CAR WASH HERNÁNDEZ SERVICE STATION VILLALBA SERVICE STATION SRA. NEIDA PAGÁN ORTIZ TERAPISTA OCUPACIONAL SRA. MARITJIM TORRES RODRÍGUEZ INGENIEROS/ARQUITECTOS

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Contact CPA. ALEXIS SANTIAGO CPA. ANTONIO OCASIO VÁZQUEZ SRA. CLARA I. COLÓN BOU CPA. ISMAEL E. CASTILLO CPA. JOSÉ R. ROVIRA ANADÓN CPA. JUAN REYES RAMIS CPA. JOSÉ D. ROMÁN TORO

CPA. LOLA VARGAS, CISA, CIA, MIBA CPA. RICARDO POU CPA. MARIO R. SILVAGNOLI GUZMÁN SRA. CARMEN RODRÍGUEZ VARGAS

Telephone 787-842-9843 787-844-9686 787-637-3966 787-843-5600 787-840-6641 787-843-5500 787-856-6220 787-812-3392 787-447-6101 787-487-4115 787-841-5000 787-844-1648

SR. JOSÉ ECHEVARRÍA

787-299-7814

HON. MARÍA E. MELÉNDEZ ALTIERI

787-844-3443

SR. YUSEF HARB DOQUE SRA. LILIANA ALVARADO SR. RAÚL COSTAS SANTIAGO SR. JUAN C. DÍAZ VIVALDI SR. HÉCTOR LUNA ARROYO SR. PEDRO A. SOTO ING. ANTONIO RODRÍGUEZ ZAMORA SRA. ROSA J. PÉREZ SR. AGUSTÍN DÍAZ VIVALDI SR. ÁNGEL L. RAMÍREZ SRA. MARICARMEN CABRERA SR. JUAN C. CINTRÓN SRA. LIANA VICÉNS VASSALLO SR. JOSUÉ MOJICA

787-841-2999 787-812-0854 787-840-7045 787-844-0448 787-449-3464 787-841-6287 787-856-1450 787-840-2450 787-843-1298 787-829-1823 787-825-4566 787-857-2628 787-848-3730 787-363-8020

SR. JOSÉ E. COSTAS LOYOLA SR. JORGE RIVERA VÁZQUEZ SRA. MIRIAM POLO SR. PEDRO J. BONNIN SR. RAFAEL CORDERO SR. MANUEL SANTANA

Fax 787-842-9843 787-844-9687 787-259-1403 787-284-4187 787-840-5470 787-856-6233 787-947-6405 787-841-5050 787-844-1288

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E-mail asantiago@asantiagocpa.com antonio@ocasio-vazquezcpa.com clara.colon@hotmail.com ieccpa@coqui.net cpajoserovira@yahoo.com jreyes@reyesramiscpagroup.com cpajoseroman@cparomantoro.com carlosj80@yahoo.com lvargasgn@gmail.com ortizglor22@yahoo.com rxpou@pouvendrell.com mrs@sgcpagroup.com anillos@joseechevarria.com

787-290-4165

787-844-3836 787-744-0959 787-856-5630 787-842-2231

mariae.melendez@ponce.pr.gov allbusinessproductsorlando@gmail.com lilianaalvaradob@hotmail.com raulcostas@gmail.com pizza-heaven@hotmail.com piccolocaffepr@gmail.com buffalowingsponce@gmail.com pastasexcelsior@gmail.com info@restauranteelancla.com

787-825-4566 787-857-1282 787-848-3730

ramin114@yahoo.com omgroup2010@gmail.com vaca.brava@live.com lunarojapr@gmail.com chefjosuemojica@gmail.com

787-843-2225 787-847-0024 787-723-4500 787-284-4007 787-284-7484 787-843-6009

787-841-5078 787-847-3333 787-723-4500 787-259-2251 787-842-5892 787-843-6006

apcostas@coqui.net darksecuritycorp@hotmail.com polo.miriampolo@gmail.com pbonnin@eas-pr.com ralphsigma@yahoo.com manuel.santana@securitasinc.com

SR. EUGENIO GUERRA VALDÉS SR. DIMAS MÉNDEZ CABRERA SRA. MARITZA CORREA

787-824-2200 787-642-1545 787-843-1870

787-824-0392 787-843-1811

eguerra@albergueolimpico.com dimastennistraining@gmail.com maritzacorrea3@aol.com

SR. JUAN R. ALBORS ING. ANTONIO VEGA CARATINI

787-763-1152 787-840-8380

787-758-7008 787-840-8380

jralbors@alborsgroup.com villaponce@yahoo.com

SR. LUIS E. PETROVICH SR. FÉLIX R. SANTIAGO RIVERA SR. SAMUEL HERNÁNDEZ SR. RENÉ RAMÍREZ ALZAMORA SR. IVÁN HERNÁNDEZ SR. JOSÉ E. HERNÁNDEZ SR. ENRIQUE SÁNCHEZ ALVARADO

787-842-7196 787-847-4350 787-290-2038 787-840-3088 787-843-4335 787-259-7358 787-607-8799 787-869-5841

787-842-7196 787-847-4350 787-842-8328 787-840-3087 787-841-0333 787-403-6234

bpservicenter@aol.com frsantiagorivera@yahoo.com esi-inc@live.com texacoelmonte@hotmail.com carali_cardona@hotmail.com aileen.hernandez132@yahoo.com enrique@choicecable.net neida63@hotmail.com

787-608-7038

787-735-5494

marit29@live.com

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Customer ALL ENGINEERING SERVICES CORP. PEDRO GÓMEZ & ASOCIADOS DRAGONI CONSTRUCTORS, INC. ING. CARLOS M. BURGOS ROCA CSP OMEGA ENGINEERING, LLC ING. PASTOR CARMONA RIVERA VÉLEZ, VÉLEZ & ASSOC., INC. PIM ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC ING. ROBERTO PÉREZ JIMÉNEZ PHASOR ENGINEERING, INC. LPA GROUP ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS & PLANNERS WATER TECH ME TORRES & ASOCIADOS HORACIO DÍAZ & ASSOCIATES, CORP. C.S.P. MANEJO DE DESPERDICIOS SOLIDOS/RECICLAJE ALLIED CREDIT SOLUTION INTEC RECYCLING DE PR, INC. HOMECA RECYCLING CENTER CO, INC. INTERNATIONAL CARTON SUPPLIERS CO. VENTAS AL POR MAYOR ALMACENES DIPINO RX TRADING CORP. PETATEROS LIQUOR STORE RYVELIX COMPANY, INC. DISTRIBUIDORA SANTIAGO INC. COLOMER & SUÁREZ US INCEL, INC. SM HARDWARE DISTRIBUTORS ALMACENES EL AHORRO LABORATORIO AMBIENTAL/CONSULTA AMBIENTAL ALTOL ENTERPRISES MANAGEMENT CORP. THE ATMOSPHERIC ASSESSMENT GRO VENTA MÁQUINAS DE ICEE SR. CELSO ENRIQUE NUÑEZ TREVIÑO FABRICACIÓN PUERTAS Y VENTANAS ALUMINIO ALVARADO ALUMINUM PRODUCTS VENTAS AL DETAL D/B/A ARMSTRONG ENTERPRISE PERSONAL FRANCHISES ADVISOR RAINBOW DEL SUR QUINTA ESENCIA R Y M SELLING STORE, INC. SELLADO DE TECHOS/PRODUCTO SELLADO DE TECHO DANOSA CARIBBEAN, INC. ART ROOFING & LWC CONTRACTORS CAPRICO ROOFING, INC. CENTRAL ROOFING, INC. PUERTO RICO THERMACOTE, INC. ORGANIZACIONES SIN FINES DE LUCRO ASOCIACIÓN CARDIOVASCULAR DEL SUR FUNDACIÓN BIBLIOTECA RAFAEL HERNÁNDEZ COLÓN, INC. CÁMARA DE COMERCIO DE PUERTO RICO CENTRO PONCEÑO DE VIDA INDEPENDIENTE CORP. PARA EL DESARROLLO DEL CENTRO PONCEÑO DE AUTISMO MINISTERIOS JP, INC. SOCIEDAD AMERICANA DEL CÁNCER DE PR INC PUERTO, LOGÍSTICA Y TRANSPORTE PUERTO DE PONCE COMPAÑIA PONCEÑA DE TRANSPORTE, INC.

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Contact ARQ. ABEL E. MISLA VILLALBA ING. PEDRO GÓMEZ MOLINA ING. MARCOS DRAGONI ING. CARLOS M. BURGOS ROCA ARQ. JAIME E. SOBRINO NEGRÓN ING. PASTOR CARMONA RIVERA ING. HAROLD VÉLEZ ING. JOSÉ L. IRIZARRY ROSA

Fax 787-984-1677 787-844-1888 787-836-3617 787-866-1387 787-782-7305

ING. RAFAEL CASTRO ING. LOMBARDO PÉREZ SR. JERRY MATTEO ING. MARÍA E. TORRES DÁVILA ING. HORACIO E. DÍAZ CORVALÁN

Telephone 787-844-3175 787-844-1485 787-836-3616 787-866-1387 787-793-6100 787-608-5180 787-840-3711 787-848-2075 787-636-3626 787-844-9366 787-843-8005 787-601-5304 787-315-2237 787-841-5559

787-840-3711 787-848-1562 787-848-7617 787-841-6385 787-848-0890 787-284-2841 787-843-4280 787-651-6857

E-mail abel@mislavillalba.com pgm@coqui.net dragonic@prtc.net burgos.roca@gmail.com jsobrino@omega-corp.net ingpcarm@yahoo.com hvelez55@choicecable.net jlirosa@jlipim.com bpsair@yahoo.com rcastro@phasorinc.com lpagrouplombardo@gmail.com admin@watertechgroup.com edgardovelezrivera@yahoo.com horacio@hdcpr.com

SR. ARIEL MANGUAL MARCUCCI SRA. MARÍA JUDITH OQUENDO SRA. CARMEN O. SÁNCHEZ SR. MANUEL VIÑAS

787-837-1197 787-449-1393 787-841-2223 787-383-2658

787-260-3979 787-282-7011 787-840-1633 305-597-5941

ariel@macspr.com mjo@intecpr.net homecarecycling@gmail.com manuelvinas@internationalcartonsuppliers.com

SR. IRSIO BENGOCHEA TOLLINCHI SRA. LUCEMY VELÁZQUEZ SRA. JENARO NAZARIO WEBER SRA. LILLIAM E. HERNÁNDEZ, R.PH. SR. EDGARDO SANTIAGO APONTE CPA. JAIME RIVERA TORRES SR. MIGUEL A. VASALLO SR. SAMUEL MARTÍNEZ SR. RAYMOND BURGOS SANTIAGO

787-842-0365 787-848-8387 787-873-3047 787-840-4132 787-857-7691 787-843-3737 787-284-0403 787-837-2720 787-836-1250

787-842-0367 787-840-3492 787-873-3047 787-840-6003 787-857-2515 787-841-6213 787-841-6721 1-877-523-8136 787-836-1250

joysuniverse@yahoo.com lucemy@rxtrading.com

SR. ALVING TOLLINCHI SR. ADOLFO VALDÉS

787-848-6050 787-842-8592

787-848-6299 787-842-8592

alving.tollinchi@altolenterprises.com taagroup@prtc.net

787-844-7768

787-844-7768

SR. JULIO ALVARADO GUEVARA

787-844-7148

787-840-1584

alvalum@yahoo.com

SR. GUILLERMO ARMSTRONG SR. CARLOS A. RAMÍREZ SRA. MARÍA M. SANTOS RODRÍGUEZ SR. RAFAEL FIGUEROA

787-612-1314 787-840-2338 787-205-4229 787-866-1826

787-242-5254 787-842-9487

glaenterprise@gmail.com rainbow_del_sur@hotmail.com margo.64@hotmail.com

SRA. WALESKA RIVERA SR. JOSÉ E. BERRIOS SR. EDUARDO J. HERNÁNDEZ SR. JOSÉ FERNÁNDEZ DE LAHONGRAIS SR. HÉCTOR MATOS

787-785-4545 787-642-7746 787-840-1835 787-735-3387 787-930-4762

787-787-3902 787-842-5804 787-284-2274 787-735-4669

admin@danosapr.com artroofinglwc@yahoo.com capricoroofing@hotmail.com centralroofing@hotmail.com puertoricothermacote@hotmail.com

LIC. ARNALDO COLÓN BERLINGERI SR. VÍCTOR OTAÑO NIEVES SR. EDGARDO BIGAS SRA. CARMEN L. MORALES DRA. LAURA DELIZ BAUZÁ SRA. JANETTE PASARELL SRA. MYRTA GARCÍA PACHECO

787-844-2049 787-259-0421 787-721-6060 787-848-5240 787-284-2900 787-922-3423 787-844-1037

787-843-0045 787-844-8400 787-723-1891 787-842-2467 787-812-1224 787-840-3496 787-812-2996

acvs08@life.com info@rafaelhernandezcolon.org ebigas@camarapr.net cepvi11@hotmail.com cepaponce2009@gmail.com garsii@choicecable.net myrta.garcia@cancer.org

SR. JORGE HERNÁNDEZ SRA. BETH LUNA

787-848-4992 787-842-1380

787-840-4681 787-843-8949

jorge.hernandez@ponce.pr.gov bethluna@lunatruckingpr.com

ryvelix@hotmail.com distsantiago@gmail.com jrivera@colomersuarez.com ico@usincel.com griselaccaribbean@live.com el_ahorro@hotmail.com

787-866-1826

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Customer SR. LEOPOLDO FONTANILLAS FRATICELLI TRUCKING SANTIAGO BUS LINE ZONA LIBRE DEL SUR TRANSPORTE RODRÍGUEZ DE PONCE EMPRESAS VÁZQUEZ LOS GOLDEROS, INC. LUIS AYALA COLÓN SUCESORES, INC. SOUTH PR TOWING & BOAT SERVICE FRATICELLI TRUCKING FRATICELLI TRUCKING ALQUILER DE AUTOS AVIS BUDGET GROUP PR PAYLESS CAR RENTAL COSTURA SR. PHILIP MAYO MATOS DIRECTORIO DE NEGOCIO AXESA SERVICIOS DE INFORMACIÓN CENTRO COMERCIAL PLAZA DEL CARIBE, S.E. FB PROPERTY GROUP / LA RAMBLA PLAZA EL KIOSKO DEL FRAPPÉ FRUITY ISLAND FLORISTERÍA PARADISE FLOWER'S DESIGNER, INC. VENTA MATERIALES DE CONSTRUCCIÓN PARA INTERIORES INTERIOR SYSTEMS, INC. SISTEMA DE MÁQUINAS DE ENTRETENIMIENTO-ALQUILER Y VENTA ERIC-TRONIC VENTA DE SOUVENIR Y MISCELÁNEOS FAITH INTERNATIONAL, CORP. SR. CAMILO CEJO HERNÁNDEZ VENTA DE COMIDA RÁPIDA MC DONALD'S BEJALI, INC. CAFETERÍA PUCPR EL TITANIC 2000 AIRES ACONDICIONADOS SR. ROBERTO QUINTANA GARCÍA OMEGA AIR CONDITIONING VENTA MANEJO EMERGENCIAS INDUSTRIALES TANDEM ENTERPRISES VENTA ALIMENTOS DEL PROGRAMA WIC PACHECO BABY FOOD CENTER VENTA ROPA PARA DAMAS THE FASHION LOUNGE REFRIGERACIÓN RUBÉN APPLIANCE SERVICE PANADERÍA / EFECTOS DE PANADERÍA BAKERY CASH & CARRY, INC. BAKERY HOUSE PONCE PONCIANA BAKERY & DELI LOS MUCHACHOS BAKERY VENTA EFECTOS DE ELECTRICIDAD ASP ELECTRICAL, INC. UNIVERSAL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES LA ELECTRICAL, INC. LIBRERÍA LIBRERÍA PALIQUES

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Fax

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SR. EDUARDO FRATICELLI ALVARADO SRA. ROSA SANTIAGO RODRÍGUEZ SR. JOHNNY R. FERNÁNDEZ SR. RAFAEL RODRÍGUEZ SR. ALBERT VÁZQUEZ OTERO SRA. INNIABELLE GOLDEROS SR. HERNÁN F. AYALA PARSI SRA. NYDIA PADILLA SRA. LELISA FRATICELLI ALVARADO SR. EDUARDO FRATICELLI TORRES

Telephone 787-317-1951 787-636-6150 787-847-4495 787-259-4445 787-259-1068 787-843-7231 787-844-5494 787-848-9000 787-835-2795 787-836-1610 787-836-1610

787-842-7483 787-847-1295 787-841-5522 787-259-1068 787-843-7231 787-284-4983 787-840-6608 787-844-6838 787-836-2887 787-836-2887

E-mail leofontanillas@hotmail.com edfraticelli@hotmail.com info@santiagosbusline.com zonalibredelsur@wnetpr.net transporte.rodriguez@yahoo.com albertv@coqui.net losgolderosinc@gmail.com hfayapar@ayacol.com, mgtpce@ayacol.com sprtowing@coqui.net fratitruck@hotmail.com fratitruck@hotmail.com

SR. EDUARD RAMERY SRA. NILDA CANCEL

787-290-0581 787-842-9393

787-290-0582 787-844-9333

rameryrealty@hotmail.com paylessponce@hotmail.com

787-463-5061 SR. MELVIN ANDUJAR

787-758-2828*5505

771-6411/6415/6403

ncortes@axesa.com

SRA. SUSANA SANTIAGO SR. DEREK L. FLEMING NEGRÓN SR. JOSÉ BIBILONI SRA. LEINAD J. MARTÍNEZ

787-259-8989 787-840-1313 787-842-2772 787-358-1375

787-259-8999 787-843-5065

ssantiago@plazadelcaribe.net dfleming@fbpropertygroup.com josebibiloni@yahoo.com fruityisland@live.com

SR. LUIS A. LEÓN VILLOT

787-842-2859

787-841-7312

pfdesigner@live.com

SR. CÁNDIDO R. RIVERA

787-840-6700

787-259-7011

intsyst@yahoo.com

SR. ERIC L. NAVARRO RIVERA

787-632-5325

SRA. PERLA FAITH

787-502-1469

SR. CARLOS RIVERA GONZÁLEZ SRA. MARICARMEN PÉREZ ZAYAS SR. DAVID DE JESÚS SANTIAGO

787-866-8607 787-969-6922 787-202-9317

SRA. FIGUEROA TORRES, MARICELLY

787-840-1044 787-633-8743

SR. JOSÉ M. UNANUE BERLANGA

787-432-6744

SR. ANIBAL PACHECO CANCEL

787-844-5570

SRA. CARLA VIÑAS RIOS

787-203-2312

carlavinas@yahoo.com

SR. RUBÉN TORRES CABÁN

787-754-7723

naidacolon@hotmail.com

SRA. CLARIBEL ÁLVAREZ COLÓN SRA. MARÍA I. RIVERA SRA. VANESSA BOBET LAGARES SR. JUAN HERNÁNDEZ

787-840-4470 787-840-0767 787-843-2255 787-844-6775

787-840-4470 787-840-0767 787-843-3945 787-844-3331

bakerycakeshop@gmail.com mariaisabel@bakeryhousepr.com ponciana@coqui.net losmuchachosbakery@gmail.com

SR. ALBERTO SANTIAGO PACHECO SR. JAVIER BUSTILLO SR. CARLOS F. PENIZA

787-844-7066 787-848-4242 787-842-1306

787-841-2323 787-848-4288 787-842-0612

aspelect@coqui.net bustillo@unipropr.com cfpeniza@laelectricalpr.com

SRA. MARÍA D. FIGUEROA ANADÓN

787-844-0365

787-840-5792

angiepaliques@yahoo.com

ericlnavarro@hotmail.com 787-768-1888

perlafaith@gmail.com jbcurbelo@gmail.com kaygo_1@yahoo.com southfoodservice@gmail.com wichyline@yahoo.com

787-848-1046

quinair1567@hotmail.com fmaricelly@yahoo.com tandementerprises@hotmail.com

839-9911, 844-5570

pachecobabyfood@hotmail.com

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Customer VENTA, DISTRIBUCIÓN Y SERVICIO EQUIPO IMPRESORAS Y FOTOCOPIADORAS OFFITEK MUEBLERÍA MUEBLERÍA LA AMIGA DEL PUEBLO MUEBLERÍA NUESTRO HOGAR - ECONOMUEBLES MUEBLERÍA VALLDEJULY SEGARRA, INC. ETIQUETA DE CABALLERO LEONARDO'S FERRETERÍA VALOIS PAGÁN TRUE VALUE CIB CORPORATION TIENDA POR DEPARTAMENTOS WAL-MART PUERTO RICO, INC. KMART CORPORATION SERVICIO DE ALIMENTOS A LA ADMINISTRACIÓN DE CORRECCIÓN CANTEEN CORRECTIONAL SERVICES MANUFACTURA DE DULCES DE ALMENDRAS, NUECES, INC. LILLIAN LOVE BITES CORP. LICORES, ALIMENTOS Y PROVISIONES LA BODEGA DE MÉNDEZ VENTA DE PROGRAMAS DE COMPUTADORAS MICROSOFT CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA INSTITUCIONES FINANCIERAS / INVERSIONES BANCO POPULAR DE PUERTO RICO BANCO SANTANDER DE PUERTO RICO ORIENTAL BANK & TRUST FEMBI MORTGAGE COOPERATIVA BORINQUEN SUR FCU COOPERATIVA DE VIVIENDA LA CEIBA METRO ISLAND MORTGAGE, INC. UBS FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. THE MONEY HOUSE, INC. MANUFACTURA DE PRODUCTOS ANESTÉSICOS POR INHALACIÓN PUERTO RICO STEEL PRODUCTS MANUFACTURA DE ASFALTO HOT ASPHALT, INC. R & F ASPHALT UNLIMITED, INC. MANUFACTURA DE CAFÉ PUERTO RICO COFFEE ROASTERS, LLC SANDRA FARMS COFFEE MANUFACTURA DE GAS NATURAL LIQUIDO ECOELECTRICA LP CONSULTORÍA EN ENERGÍA RENOVABLE YAMIL O. PAGÁN SANTANA, B.S.E.E., M.R.E. MANUFACTURA DE GALLETAS ROVIRA BISCUIT CORP. MANUFACTURA DE LIMBERS LIMBER TITO CORP. ENSAMBLAJE DE DISPOSITIVOS MÉDICOS STRYKER PUERTO RICO MANUFACTURA DE HIELO LA HIELERA, INC. TROPICAL CITY INDUSTRIES INC. MANUFACTURA DE MEDICAMENTOS / VITAMINAS BAXTER HEALTHCARE OF PR / GUAYAMA OPERATION GIL PHARMACEUTICAL CORP. DISTRIBUCIÓN DE GAS LICUADO LIQUILUX GAS CORPORATION

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Contact

INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM Telephone

Fax

E-mail

SR. FÉLIX J. RIVERA

787-259-1034

787-259-1334

mail@offitek.com

SR. ISMAEL ROBLES SANABRIA SR. VICTOR L. GUASP SR. JORGE O. CEBOLLERO

787-829-3130 787-840-0160 787-844-8500

787-829-3130 787-844-7555 787-840-6055

ismaelrobles22@hotmail.com economueblesponce@yahoo.com mvs@dinaserv.net

SR. LEONARDO CORDERO

787-848-3117

787-788-3250

leonardos@infoboda.com, accounting@leonardos.com

SR. JUAN F. BENNAZAR, JR SR. FERNANDO QUIJANO

787-844-2460 787-843-2000

787-840-4052 843-4950, 7812000

jfbennazar@valoispagan.com cibcorp@tld.net

SR. IVÁN BÁEZ CPA. DEXTER COSMO

787-653-7777 787-287-3141*219

787-653-7140 847-747-1651

ivan.baez@wal-mart.com dexter.cosmo@searshc.com

SR. DENISS O. LÇÓPEZ

787-843-3535

787-290-5655

dennis.lopez@compass-usa.com

SRA. LILLIAM PÉREZ

787-259-2221

787-841-1341

az00731@aol.com

SR. DAVID TALAVERA

787-651-1999

787-651-2199

dtalavera@mendezcopr.com

SRA. CLEBER VOELZKE

787-273-3600

787-273-3636

mbaragan@microsoft.com

SR. EDGAR ROIG SRA. CARMEN A. CEDEÑO SR. JUAN A. LLANTIN SR. GEORGIE SEPÚLVEDA SR. EBILBERTO MALAVE SRA. MAILY MORALES SR. FREDDY ZAMORA VARGAS SR. JUAN L. GONZÁLEZ SR. DAVID R. LEVIS

787-840-5252 787-813-0049 787-840-0505 787-224-5435 787-841-2790 787-843-0255 787-765-0496 787-843-8905 787-709-4500

787-848-2440 787-844-1180 787-259-0700 787-290-2535 787-836-3801 787-843-0340 787-705-7891 787-284-3445 787-709-4545

eroig@bppr.com ccs2@bspr.com jllantin@orientalfg.com georgie.sepulveda@fembi.com bsfcupr@caribe.net laceiba@coqui.net freddy.zamora@metroislandmortgage.com dario.suarez@ubs.com mramos@moneyhousepr.com

SR. ALEJANDRO ALIZO

787-843-2522

787-843-2515

prsteel@gmail.com

SR. JOSÉ L. TORRES NEGRÓN SRA. IVELISSE COLÓN

787-824-0108 787-284-3065

787-824-0399 787-284-3077

cpaquinones@gmail.com empresas.robles@hotmail.com

SR. MIGUEL A. RODRÍGUEZ SRA. SANDRA GONZÁLEZ

721-3337, 842-3160 787-409-8083

787-722-5590 787-829-1140

miguelrodriguez@caferico.com sandrafarmscoffee@gmail.com

CPA. JAIME SANABRIA

787-836-2740

787-282-0986

jaime.sanabria@ecoelectrica.com

939-269-0001

787-837-8781

yopscoe@hotmail.com

SR. RAFAEL ROVIRA

787-844-8585 EXT2101

787-848-7176

customerservice@rovirabiscuits.com

SR. VÍCTOR M. RAMOS ARZOLA

787-630-7055

787-844-8481

contactanos@limbertito.com

SR. LUIS A. RODRÍGUEZ

939-307-2501

939-307-2501

SRA. ALIDA RODAS SR. ENRIQUE RAMÍREZ

787-842-1293 787-842-2315

787-840-1290 787-842-4251

alidarodas@yahoo.com tropcity@gmail.com

ING. EIDIOL GHIGLIOTTY SR. JESÚS G. GIL

787-864-5050 787-848-9114

787-866-2714 787-848-8459

eidiol_ghigliotty@baxter.com olivia.davila@gilpharmaceutical.com

SR. LUCIANO ZAMBRANA

787-842-3320

787-843-0555

liquilux@liquiluxpr.com

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Customer MANUFACTURA DE LENTES PROGRESIVOS PARA ESPEJUELOS ESSILOR INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURA DE PIEZAS EN METAL SHORT RUN STAMPING COMPANY OF PUERTO RICO MANUFACTURA DE SOFRITO / GUANIMOS SOFRITO CAMPOLOR, INC. PROCESAMIENTO DE HUEVOS GRANJA ASOMANTE VENTA DE AUTOS, PIEZAS Y MECÁNICA BELLA GROUP FORD DEL SUR WILLIAM TIRE CENTER D & H AUTO PARTS LUGO EUROPARTS, INC. MANNYX TRANSMISSION INC. MARTÍNEZ PIEZAS CAPITÁN AUTO BODY PARTS RECAPPING SERVICE CORPORATION TRIANGLE CHRYSLER PONCE BERTITOS TIRE CENTER SERVICENTRO AUTOMOTRIZ DEL SUR CHIN AUTO BODY VILLA TRANSMISSION PARTS, INC. LAS AMÉRICAS AUTO REPAIR PAINTPRO, INC. PEDRO AUTO SALES, INC. VENTA Y DISTRIBUCCIÓN DE ESPECIAS ESPECIAS MONTERO, INC. TURISMO / HOTELES OFICINA REGIONAL PORTA CARIBE HILTON PONCE GOLF & CASINO RESORT HOLIDAY INN & TROPICAL CASINO HOTEL MELIÁ PICHI'S HOTEL CONVENTION CENTER & CASINO CENTRO DE CONVENCIONES EL SEÑORIAL PATRONATO DEL CASTILLO SERRALLÉS PARADOR VILLAS SOTOMAYOR WESTERN BAY BOQUERON BEACH HOTEL RAMADA PONCE HOTEL VENTA PIEZAS PARA BICICLETA LOS PEDALES / PONCE BICYCLE SUPPLY CO. FABRICACIÓN Y SERVICIOS DE TRAMPAS DE GRASAS BIO-SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL, INC FABRICACIÓN DE BLOQUES BLOQUERA REAL ANON VENTA Y ALQUILER DE EQUIPO MÉDICO Y DE LABORATORIO HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL, INC. DIABETIC CENTER METRO TECH CORP. SWEET MEDICAL CORP. M.C. MEDICAL INC. CARIBBEAN HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, CORP. CATERING BOSCIO CATERING CUISINE CUISINE VENTA ARTÍCULOS DE OFICINA / MUEBLES DE OFICINA OFFICE DEPOT BPA OFFICE SUPPLIES, INC.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO Contact

INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM

DIRECTORY

Telephone

Fax

E-mail

SRA. SOBEIDA IRIZARRY

787-848-4130

787-848-4690

sirizam@essilorusa.com

SR. RAMÓN OLIVERAS

787-821-2015

787-821-4626

srspr@coqui.net

SR. MELVIN ARROYO TORRES

787-844-7686

787-812-3686

m.arroyo@campolor.com

SR. ROBERT G. MILLER

787-735-8144

787-735-8144

fely@coqui.net

SR. CARLOS LÓPEZ LAY SR. ROLY FALGUERAS SR. WILLIAM HERNÁNDEZ SR. DANIEL RODRÍGUEZ SR. MIGUEL A. LUGO FIGUEROA SR. MANUEL COSME GARCÍA SR. JOSÉ M. MARTÍNEZ SR. EDGAR DEL TORO SEGARRA SR. EMILIO FAGOT RODRÍGUEZ SR. FRANK PAONESSA SR. LUIS A. JIMENEZ SR. ROBERTO J. MÁRQUEZ SRA. ADELAIDA CEDEÑO SR. ANDREW RUIZ BURGOS SR. JAVIER ROMÁN GONZÁLEZ SR. JOSÉ O. CARDONA SANTIAGO SR. PEDRO M. TORRES ALVARADO

787-620-7010 787-651-0000 787-692-7407 787-832-2460 787-844-0287 787-863-1366 787-259-0949 787-259-8311 787-842-0377 787-812-4000 787-845-1112 787-840-4015 787-397-3545 787-844-5605 787-259-4435 787-844-4441 787-845-1111

787-620-7534 787-651-0020

arodriguez@bellainternational.com forddelsur@forddelsur.com hernandezwilliam1@hotmail.com danny28@prtc.net info@lugoeuroparts.net transmission_parts@hotmail.com martinezjm@coqui.net xeggieponcepr@gmail.com recap1945@yahoo.com fpaonessa@penskeautomotive.com

SR. PEDRO J. MONTERO

787-805-0610 787-284-3876 787-801-1505 259-0901, 840-9369 787-259-5449 787-651-1174 787-845-1112 787-651-0490 787-841-1404 787-259-4435 787-842-7341 787-845-8080

nissanpon@yahoo.com chinautobody@hotmail.com villatransmission@hotmail.com jroman38@hotmail.com paintpro@prtc.net pedroautoinc@yahoo.com

787-840-6693

787-848-0062

especiasmontero@yahoo.com

SR. JOSÉ A. REYES FELICIANO SR. GUNTHER MAINKA SR. MIGUEL VEGA SR. NICOLÁS ALBORS SRA. JESSICA M. EMMANUELLI SR. JOSÉ PÉREZ RIVERA SRA. LUZ NILDA VALENTIN SR. JESÚS RAMOS PUENTE SR. LUCIANO GONZÁLEZ SR. ANTONIO MUÑOZ

787-290-2911 787-259-7676 787-844-1200 787-842-0260 787-835-3335*326 787-842-1320 787-259-1774 787-829-1717 787-851-7110 787-729-0050

843-0485 787-812-2182 787-841-8683 787-841-3602 787-927-0012 787-841-3988 787-259-3464 787-829-5105 787-851-7155 787-813-5025

jareyes@prtourism.com gunther.mainka@hilton.com lrodriguez@hitcponce.com melia@coqui.net jmemmanuelli@pichishotelpr.com ccelsenorial@yahoo.com actividadesmcs@yahoo.com jramos@paradorvillassotomayor.com boqueronbeach@westernbayhotels.com msanantonio@ramadaponce.com

SR. HÉCTOR X. PÉREZ PASARELL

787-844-6972

787-840-7001

poncebicyclesupply@yahoo.com

SR. FÉLIX J. RODRÍGUEZ

787-843-8289

787-843-8208

biosystemspr@yahoo.com

SRA. KAREN D. PAGÁN

787-848-1336

787-840-7482

bloquerarealanon@yahoo.com

SR. RICARDO VÉLEZ SR. RAMÓN BONILLA SR. JULIO M. CAY SR. LUIS RODRÍGUEZ SRA. MILDRED COLLAZO SR. PEDRO SANTIAGO

787-642-3934 787-284-3997 787-736-4540 787-259-3898 787-841-6355 787-284-5058

866-574-8695 787-843-0014 787-736-4505 787-844-1274 787-844-0309 787-284-0001

ricardo.velez@hctsii.com diabeticcenterrb@hotmail.com jotero@metrotechcorp.com luis227@prtc.net info@mcmedicalpr.com p.santiago.chme@gmail.com

SR. JORGE L. VIDAL BOSCIO SRA. MIRIAM MIRANDA

787-843-0123 787-368-0878

787-843-0123 787-651-6232

bosciocatering@yahoo.com macuisine@yahoo.com

SR. ARNALDO BARRETO SR. ROBERTO L. BORRERO

787-284-2330 787-848-5515

787-284-2344 787-842-3942

ods02811cpc@officedepot.com bpaofficesupplies@gmail.com

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Customer Contact INTEGRATED DESIGN SOLUTIONS, INC. SR. DAVID E. RODRÍGUEZ FRANCIS PONCE OFFICE SUPPLIES SRA. EDNA J. RODRÍGUEZ PRODUCTOS INDUSTRIALES GRAINGER CARIBE, INC. SR. MAURICIO GANEM PURIFICACIÓN DE AGUA / VENTA DE PRODUCTOS ACCUTECH WATER DYNAMICS SR. FÉLIX R. BÁEZ CONSULTORÍA DESARROLLO INTEGRAL DEL SUR SR. CARLOS MALDONADO JCM GLOBAL CONNECTIONS CORP. SRA. CARMEN HERNÁNDEZ JF CONSULTANTS SR. JUAN F. SANTOS INNOVATION MANAGEMENT CONSULTING GROUP SR. JOSÉ H. SOTO RIVERA E. CABÁN & ASSOCIATES SRA. EVA CABÁN GARCÍA CARLOS R. MÉNDEZ & ASSOCIATES SR. CARLOS R. MÉNDEZ COMPAÑIA DE COMERCIO Y EXPORTACIÓN PR CENTRO DE DESARROLLO DE SRA. MARÍA DEL CARMEN VEGA DRA. MARÍA T. TEISSONNIERE, PH.D. MARKTEMPS CONSULTING FIRM, INC. THE MANAGEMENT SOLUTION, INC. SR. PEDRO A. FIGUEROA TORRES-COLÓN & ASSOCIATES, LLC SRA. MÓNICA M. TORRES GONZÁLEZ SR. DAVID SOUTHGATE CULTURA CULINARIA LLC SRA. BÁRBARA MARI-PENNOCK CONSULTORÍA PARA INTEGRACIÓN DE DATOS PARA ANÁLISIS E INFORMES OPERACIONALES NAGNOI, INC. SR. NÉSTOR FIGUEROA RODRÍGUEZ MANUFACTURA Y VENTA DE COBRE / ARENA CARIBBEAN QUARRY, INC. SR. LUIS A. REYES HARDROCK QUARRY SRA. LINNETTE MALDONADO NIEVES REVISTAS / CATÁLOGOS REVISTA BALANCE SRA. UMA BLASINI RB CONSULTING, INC. / THE VERNON COMPANY SR. RAFAEL BECERRA EDITORIAL MUNDO SRA. ILEANA SANTIAGO ÁLVAREZ CONTRATISTA GENERALES CARIBE GENERAL CONTRUCTORS, INC. ING. JOSÉ M. BONNIN JVS CONTRACTOR SR. JOHNNY VEGA HS GENERAL CONTRACTORS SR. RAMÓN J. FIGUEROA EST ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & ENGINEERS ING. EDUARDO TARAFA FELICIANO DAMMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP. SR. ANTONIO F. GONZÁLEZ JS CONSTRUCTION, SE SR. JOSÉ A. SANTAELLA JAYAL CONSTRUCTION, INC. SR. FÉLIX VÁZQUEZ JC & S ENTERPRISES SR. JAVIER COLÓN C. E. RENTA PLUMBING CORPORATION SRA. JENNIFER R. RENTA IBAÑEZ CRC DRILLING & BLASTING INC. SR. CARLOS A. RODRÍGUEZ CASTRO PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS TEAM, S.E. SR. JORGE L. IRIZARRY T. M. ELECTRICAL SERVICES, CORP. SR. JUAN A. MORALES SR. RUBÉN E. TORRES COLÓN RUBÉN APPLIANCE SERVICE VENEGAS CONSTRUCTION CORP. ING. EMILIO R. VENEGAS WEST ELECTRIC CORP. SR. FERNANDO L. SUMAZA DÍAZ SR. HIRAM G. MENÉNDEZ ORTOLAZA SIGARI CORPORATION SR. JOSÉ A. FERRIOL MANTENIMIENTO DE ÁREAS VERDES / VENTA DE PRODUCTOS TROPICAL IRRIGATION PR, INC. SR. RAFAEL QUILICHINI SIEMPRE VERDE LANDSCAPING SR. JAN PORRATA ECOTECTURA, INC. SR. FRANCISCO LÓPEZ ATIENZA MANTENIMIENTO INDUSTRIAL Y COMERCIAL CARIBE HYDROBLASTING CORP. SR. JORGE ARRUFAT BES ENTERPRISES, INC. ING. JAIME L. CINTRÓN SRA. IVONNE TORRES TORRES BES ENTERPRISES, INC. DEMACO CORPORATION SR. GENNARO DESSY SR. MIGUEL A. GARCÍA SMIT CORP. INTERNATIONAL SR. ORLANDO O. PICCONE PRIME JANITORIAL SERVICE CORPORATION SR. FERNANDO J. RODRÍGUEZ

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Telephone 787-706-0201 787-843-1111

Fax 787-706-0227 787-848-1111

E-mail drodriguez@ids-pr.com ednarodriguez29@hotmail.com

787-275-3520

787-275-3536

ricardo.estrada@grainger.com

787-836-8910

787-836-8911

juanhernandez@accutechpr.com

787-284-8424 787-677-1540 787-856-3212 787-344-8094 787-841-2486 787-259-1767 787-294-0101 787-310-9259 787-286-9040 787-825-1381 787-590-5294 787-763-0617

787-284-8424

787-704-2510 787-825-1381 1-866-753-8661 787-763-0617

info@disur.org nuevoenfoquepr@gmail.com j.f.santos32@gmail.com josehiram@gmail.com cabaneva@gmail.com carlosmendezassoc@yahoo.com mcvega@comercioyexportacion.com mteissonniere@hotmail.com mmscorp@wnetpr.net tca_fbbcg@yahoo.com david@davidsouthgate.com cc.barbaramari@gmail.com

787-306-0677

801-640-6102

nestor.figueroa@nagnoi.com

787-837-4484 787-608-0508

787-260-6813 787-844-7069

nilsaivonne@aol.com linnetteirelsa@gmail.com

787-600-1882 787-677-0236 787-848-3333

787-842-2094 787-848-2300

blasini@revistabalance.com rbvernon@prtc.net ileanasantiago@gmail.com

787-844-4720 787-873-5668 787-426-3433 787-844-0424 787-836-4101 787-844-6169 787-864-3657 787-283-0129

787-840-8547 787-873-2393 787-837-0073 787-290-0578 787-848-7713 787-842-5484 787-864-2331 787-755-9838

787-845-6400 787-844-1143 787-210-7778 787-948-4933 787-848-4848 787-831-1918 787-847-0320 787-290-1727

787-845-6450 787-259-5798

787-829-3831 787-984-0216 787-841-6487 787-259-0729

787-842-3449 787-833-6405 787-617-6220 787-842-6146

cgc02@coqui.net jvsconst@caribe.net hsgeneralcontractor@gmail.com est_electrical@hotmail.com antoniosv@gmail.com jsantaella@jsconstructionse.com jayal@live.com jcandsenterprises@gmail.com rentaplumbingcorp@gmail.com crcdrilling@aol.com jlirizarry@yahoo.com ing_morales10@hotmail.com rvruben@yahoo.com erv@vccpr.com fernando@westelectric.com hg@construction.com sigaricorp@gmail.com

787-848-8298 787-398-1177 787-505-7505

787-840-4866 787-848-4252

tropicalrafael@gmail.com janporrata@gmail.com ecotectura2002@yahoo.com

787-836-1110 787-608-8084 787-690-3462 787-843-4115 787-255-8149 787-613-5610 787-840-3942

787-836-0577 787-844-4105 787-844-4105 787-835-2210 787-255-8149 787-738-5158 787-259-1219

jlrentas@chedcaribe.com itorres.bes@gmail.com itorres.bes@gmail.com demaco@caribe.net migloga100@hotmail.com orlandopiccone@hotmail.com frodriguez@primejanitorial.com

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Customer SPECIALTY MAINTENANCE NATIONAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE CORP. ULTRA CLEAN, INC. STERI-TECH, INC. SURPLUS MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT, INC. DROGUERÍA CARIBE RX SERVICE, INC. FARMACIA FARMACIA GONZÁLEZ - LORYAN, CORP. WALGREENS PUERTO RICO GRAFED PHARMACY SOLUTIONS FARMACIA LA FE REFORMADA, INC. SERVI-FARMA, INC. FARMACIA ADONAI, INC. IMPRENTAS JUNO COMMERCIAL PRINTING IMPRENTA LLORÉNS, INC. MODEL OFFSET PRINTING LYDIA PRINTERS CASAS DE EMPEÑO CASA DE EMPEÑO LA PERLA RAPID MONEY JOYERÍA Y CASA DE EMPEÑO ALVARADO VENTA ROPA DE CABALLEROS Y ESCOLAR CASA LÓPEZ MOVIMIENTO DE TIERRA HERMANOS GOLDEROS FABRICACIÓN DE CASAS DE MADERA TRATADA CASAS MI ESTILO DESTILERÍA DE ESPIRITUS DESTILERÍA SERRALLÉS, INC. MANUFACTURA DE CEMENTO CEMEX PUERTO RICO SERVICIOS HOSPITALARIOS HOSPITAL EPISCOPAL SAN LUCAS HOSPITAL SAN CRISTOBAL FIRST HOSPITAL PANAMERICANO, INC. HOSPITAL SANTA ROSA CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR DE ARROYO CONSEJO DE SALUD DE PUERTO RICO, INC. POLICLÍNICAS DE PONCE SOUTHERN HOSPITAL SERVICES, INC. HOSPITAL DAMAS, INC. HOSPITAL CASTAÑER, INC. AGENCIAS DE SEGURO / AGENTES CHARTIS INSURANCE COMPANY- PUERTO RICO GEO SEGUROS & FIANZAS GUEVARA & PABÓN SEGUROS Y FIANZAS CIVILES SR. PEDRO HERNÁNDEZ SEGUROS DÁVILA SEGUROS IVÁN M. COLLAZO PAN AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ENRIQUE VÁZQUEZ, INC. INSURANCE SRA. HÉCTOR E. RIVERA CACERES RONALD B. CASTRO & ASOCIADOS SANTIAGO RAMOS INSURANCE SEGUROS STEVEN ROSSY TORRES & TORRES

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO Contact SR. SERVANDO BERIO SR. HELCÍAS BERMÚDEZ SR. JOSÉ A. PAGÁN SR. JORGE A. VIVONI SR. RICKY N. MARTELL

INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM

787-250-1652 787-284-1489 787-824-5552 787-836-0098

E-mail titob@xsn.net dbermudez@gcaservices.com ultrac.ibj@gmail.com jorgevivoni@steritech.com surplusme@aol.com

LIC. RAFAEL EMMANUELLI

787-258-3444

787-286-2822

info@cariberx.com

LIC. YANNISSE GONZÁLEZ LCDA. NIVIA SANTIAGO DRA. MARISOL SANTIAGO CINTRÓN LIC. RAÚL QUESADA LIC. NILDA E. BANCHS SR. CARLOS J. MORALES

787-677-2000 787-705-6555 Ext6613 787-847-9393 787-259-5233 787-844-2805 787-984-1900

787-845-2000 787-705-0206 787-847-9292 787-848-0858 787-841-5551 787-842-4152

innissegonz@hotmail.com marilyn.ortiz@walgreens.com marisolsantiagodelugo@gmail.com farmaciaslafe1@hotmail.com feltuque@hotmail.com carlosjmorales81@yahoo.com

SRA. LUCILLE DE JESÚS SR. NEFTALÍ ROCHE RODRÍGUEZ SR. CARLOS COLÓN FIGUEROA SRA. LYDIA E. NAZARIO

787-842-5866 787-260-0407 787-850-3000 787-844-9171

787-842-5823 787-837-5064 787-850-6620

ldejesus@periodicolaperla.com ventas@imprenta-llorens.com ccolon@printmop.com

SRA. INA M. COLL SR. RAFAEL MUÑOZ SR. JULIO ALVARADO

787-259-7556 787-259-2557 787-260-4319

843-4334;837-8779

casadeempenolaperla@yahoo.com

787-837-7465

julio-jul@hotmail.com

SR. OSVALDO L. DEDÓS LÓPEZ

787-842-0174

787-841-1896

willod2@hotmail.com

SRA. INNIABELLE GOLDEROS

787-844-5494

787-284-4983

losgolderosinc@gmail.com

SR. JOSÉ MARTÍNEZ

787-840-6100

787-840-6081

miestilo@coqui.net

LCDO. JORGE A. VÁZQUEZ SUÁREZ

840-1000x 2280

787-840-1155

jorge@donq.com

SRA. JOHANNA SYEVENS

787-783-3000*16813

787-625-3099

johanna.syevens@cemex.com

LCDO. GUILLERMO J. MARTÍN LCDO. PEDRO L. BENETTI SRA. MARTA RIVERA PLAZA SRA. GLORÍA DÍAZ VILÁ SRA. ROSA M. RODRÍGUEZ LCDO. ALLAN CINTRÓN SALICHS SR. JEFFREI DROZ SR. FRANCO SOLDEVILLA LCDO. EDWIN SUEIRO

787-812-1208 787-290-3096 787-739-8830 787-864-0101 EXT 401 787-839-4150*221 787-843-9393

787-841-3454 787-848-1110 787-739-5544 787-866-0489 787-839-3989 787- 841-0077 787-290-6689 787-260-1441 787-259-7364 787-829-2913

gmartin@ssepr.com pbenetti@hsc-pr.com marta.rivera@uhsinc.com gloriadiazhsr@yahoo.com csfarroyo@prtc.net allanbucana@aol.com pdp401@hotmail.com francocentrohsc@hotmail.com administracion@hospitaldamas.com hospital@hospitalcastaner.com

787-841-0522 787-651-3565 787-864-0507 787-836-4969 787-878-3359

roberto.ramos@chartisinsurance.com gabriel@geoseguros.com marisolpabon@gmail.com pedrohz131@gmail.com segdavila@gmail.com ivanm.collazo@yahoo.com imarcano@panamericanlife.com ivazquez@enriquevazquez.com seguroshectorerivera@hotmail.com rbcassoc@choicecable.net insurance@santiagoramos.com srossy@segurosrossy.com luistorres_mba@yahoo.com

SR. ROBERTO C. RAMOS SR. GABRIEL E. ORTIZ AVILA SR. ISMAEL PABÓN SR. ÁNGEL W. DAVILA FRANCO SR. IVAN M. COLLAZO LEANDRY SR. JUAN A. ORTEGA SR. ENRIQUE VÁZQUEZ MERCADO SR. RONALD B. CASTRO SR. SANTIAGO RAMOS SR. STEVEN A. ROSSY VEGA SR. LUIS TORRES PÉREZ

787-837-2265*225 787-840-8686 787-829-5010 787-842-5275 787-459-3027 787-864-6970 787-645-1900 787-878-2085 787-848-3749 787-999-7985 787-843-1717 787-951-9461 787-840-4040 787-841-0384 787-848-2560 787-651-3267

Fax

DIRECTORY

Telephone 787-379-2456 787-758-6400 787-844-1532 787-824-4040 787-836-8344

787-999-7250 787-843-8665 787-252-5423 787-840-0011 787-844-2574 787-651-3267

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DIRECTORY

CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MEMBERS DIRECTORY 14 15 16 17 18 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5

Customer MAPFRE PUERTO RICO SEGUROS ERIC NUÑEZ, INC. MARSH SALDAÑA, INC SEGUROS ALBINO AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE FABRICACIÓN CIRCUITOS DE SEGURIDAD CHECKPOINT CARIBBEAN LTD ALQUILER DE MANTELES LS MANTELERÍA Y EVENTOS LYDIA SIERRA ROTULACIÓN / FOTOGRAFÍA NENFI SIGNS PEARL OF THE WEST, INC. COMUNICACIONES AVAYA PUERTO RICO KROMA ADVERTISING, INC. KIERO KIERO CHOICE CABLE TV MANAGEMENT & MEDIA STRATEGIES SPOT ON HOLD AUDIO MERCADEO PALESTRA DIGITAL, INC. LOGISTIC ALLIANCE CORP. LAB. BIOMÉDICO / DISTRIBUCIÓN Y REPARACIÓN DE EQUIPOS BIOMÉDICOS CIRACET CORP. JR BIOMEDICAL & INSTRUMENTATION, INC. CAMPO DE GOLF COAMO SPRINGS GOLF COSTA CARIBE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB INDUSTRIA AVÍCOLA TO RICOS, INC. CULTIVO DE VEGETALES / FRUTOS GARGIULO PR, INC. HAR PRODUCTS, INC. FINCA MAGDALENA, S.E. HACIENDA DOLORES (1862) SUPERMERCADOS COMERCIO CASH & CARRY PONCE CASH & CARRY, INC. HERMANOS SANTIAGO CASH & CARRY, INC. CORPORACIÓN HNOS. TORRES TORRES PROGRESO CASH & CARRY SERVICIOS DE ALMACENAJE DE COMBUSTIBLE Y SUS DERIVADOS COMMONWEALTH OIL REFINNING COMPANY, INC. (CORCO) PEERLESS OIL & CHEMICALS, INC. BELLEZA - SERVICIOS ESTILOS SALON & SPA ROSADO SALON KALA'S SALON NAILS GALLERY EMILLY'S BEAUTY SALON SALON DELUXE EMILY'S BEAUTY SALON VENTA DE COMPUTADORA / REPARACIÓN HEWLETT PACKARD PR BV COMPUTER ACCESORIES DISCOUNT NETSKY INFORMATION SERVICE/IT WAREHOUSE COMPUTER GENERATION & SOUTH SATELLITE THILLET DATA SYSTEMS, INC.

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INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM

Contact SR. LUIS M. CINTRÓN SR. ERIC NUÑEZ SOTOMAYOR SR. MARIANO McCONNIE SR. SIGFREDO MARTÍNEZ ARROYO SRA. MARTA SOTO DEL VALLE

Telephone 787-842-7250 787-608-7858 787-840-7000 787-873-1703 787-984-2724

Fax 787-843-8560 787-856-4059 787-840-0715 787-873-5791 787-984-2725

E-mail rbarriera@mapfrepr.com segurosericnunez@yahoo.com mariano.mcconnie@marshsaldana.com segurosalbino@gmail.com marta_soto@us.aflac.com

SR. CARLOS MIRÓ

787-844-7340*2231

787-841-3552

carlos.miro@checkpt.com

SR. LYDIA SIERRA

787-844-0277

787-844-0277

lsmanteleria@yahoo.com

SR. ERIC PADILLA SR. EDGAR VÁZQUEZ COLÓN

787-324-9393 787-413-2990

787-844-7671

artes@nenfisigns.com edgarrvc@yahoo.com

SR. PAUL MANZATO SR. BERNARDO MEDINA COLÓN SRA. CORALI CASTRO SR. LUIS D. MONTES BONÓ SRA. NORMA COLÓN DALECCIO, APR, MBA SR. DANIEL RIVERA SR. JOSE S. CRUZ SANTIAGO SR. JOHEL MERCADO SR. JUAN LUGO

787-367-7311 787-724-2341 787-360-6227 1-877-717-0400 787-383-4646 1-888-957-8088 787-651-3173 787-933-7921 787-221-3330

ING. OSCAR MISLA VILLALBA, MSEE, MSBME SR. JORGE A. REYES RIVERA

787-840-9955

ehernandezpe@avaya.com mcandelario@mktpr.com kierokieropr@gmail.com lmontes@choicecable.com colondaleccio@gmail.com spotonhold@yahoo.com cruz@audiomercadeo.net servicios@palestradigital.com jlugo@logallpr.com

787-848-0185 787-259-4558

787-284-1040 787-259-4558

omisla@ciracet.com jrbio@prtc.net

SR. MANUEL TORRES SR. ERIK KRAHN

787-825-1370 787-812-2650

787-825-5909 787-812-2675

coamospringsgolf@yahoo.com ekrahn@costacaribe-resort.com

SR. RAFAEL RAMÍREZ

787-735-8061

787-735-3998

rafael.ramirez@pilgrims.com

SR. GUILLERMO FERNÁNDEZ SRA. SHEYLA AVILÉS COLÓN AGRO. JORGE L. FRAU, JD SR. LUCAS P. VALDIVIESO

787-845-2530 787-735-8547 787-842-4947 787-836-1818

787-845-2328 787-991-1010 787-842-4947 787-836-2978

gfernandez@gargiulofarms.com harproducts@yahoo.com fmagda@coqui.net jvaltor@aol.com

SR. ISAAC RIVERA SRA. MINERVA LUNA SR. JOSÉ A. SANTIAGO SR. JORGE L. TORRES MELÉNDEZ SR. JUAN MARROIG

787-844-5730 787-840-5565 787-848-5542

787-259-0313 787-848-6515 787- 848-5946

comerciocashandcarry@gmail.com minervaluna@poncecashandcarry.com hnossantiago@centennialpr.net

787-842-0212

787-841-5166

progresopr@yahoo.com

SR. ROBERTO GRATACÓS SR. LUIS R. VÁZQUEZ, P.E.

787-836-1350 787-836-1280*229

787-836-1269 787-836-1283

corcoadm@caribe.net luis.vazquez@peerlessoil.com

SR. HÉCTOR M. RAMOS MELÉNDEZ SR. FÉLIX L. ROSADO RODRÍGUEZ SRA. LORRAINE GONZÁLEZ COLÓN SRA. SANTIAGO A. VÉLEZ SRA. JUANA MILAGROS SANTANA AQUINO SRA. LINNETTE LUCIANO SRA. JUANA SANTANA AQUINO

787-843-0085 787-844-3769 787-841-3778 787-675-3778 787-221-8286 787-842-2003 787-847-1884

787-843-0085 787-844-3769 787-984-2725 787-847-1884 787-848-0520 787-847-1884

armoniespa@live.com felix.rosado1@gmail.com lorrainegonzalez@gmail.com santiago_velez@us.aflac.com daisy_2129@hotmail.com salondeluxepr@gmail.com emilyhairextension@yahoo.com

SR. JOSÉ F. MELÉNDEZ SR. WILO RODRÍGUEZ SR. GUILLERMO MUÑIZ SR. JORGE M. RODRÍGEZ BESOSA SRA. IDA M. CRUZ MORALES

787-474-8900 787-842-8128 787-284-1547 787-841-3791 787-899-1616

787-474-8925 787-259-7579 787-290-4419 787-841-3791 7787-899-1684

rosemara.melendez@hp.com cadipr@hotmail.com sheila@netskyis.com cgcg@coqui.net sales@thilletdata.com

787-724-4209 800-746-3908 787-651-9884 1-787-805-1060 787-651-6691

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1 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2

Customer TROFEOS / PLACAS QUALITY TROPHY VETERINARIOS CONSULTORIO VETERINARIO OFICINA DR. JOSÉ R. BARRERA MANUFACTURA LENTES DE CONTACTO COOPER VISION INVERSIONES SR. DARIO SUÁREZ RAMÍREZ UBS FINANCIAL GROUP FREEDOM ADVISORY, LLC SR. FREDDY MALDONADO EXPERT INVESTMENT, INC. GA INVESTORS, SE DBA GALERIA DEL SUR SERVICIOS POSTALES THE UPS STORE PRODUCTORES DE EVENTOS PRODUCCIONES BARILE PLANES DE SALUD TRIPLE-S SALUD, INC. TRIPLE-S SALUD, INC. HOGAR DE ENVEJECIENTES / SERVICIOS EN EL HOGAR HOSPICIO LA GUADALUPE, INC. INSTITUCIÓN NUEVO RENACER, INC. HOSPICIO LA PROVIDENCIA GESTIÓN RENOVACIÓN DE LICENCIA DE CONDUCIR LICENCIA EXPRESSO EMISORA RADIAL WPAB, INC CONGREGACIONES RELIGIOSAS IGLESIA BAUTISTA RESTAURACIÓN IGLESIA ASAMBLEA DE DIOS EL FARO PSICÓLOGOS/ TERAPISTAS OFICINA DRA. BLANCA I. LÓPEZ SUÁREZ INSTITUTO DE SALUD INTEGRAL SRA. HIRADITH MENÉNDEZ SANTIAGO PROF. MARITZA GARCÍA GONZÁLEZ SRA. OSMARY OLIVENCIA SÁNCHEZ OFICINA SERVICIOS PSICOLÓGICOS DRA. LINA M. NIEVES GONZÁLEZ ARTISTA GRÁFICO SRA. MARIBEL MALDONADO JUNCO MUSEOS MUSEO DE ARTE DE PONCE LABORATORIOS LABORATORIO CARDIOVASCULAR LABORATORIO CLÍNICO ALFECIZA PATH LAB, INC. LABORATORIO LA FE LABORATORIO CLÍNICO MUNOZ RIVERA LABORATORIO CLÍNICO PLAZA LABORATORIO CLÍNICO ROMI LABORATORIO VASCULAR CLÍNICO PONCE LABORATORIOS RAMÍREZ, INC. OPTÓMETRA OPTOMETRY WORLD SRA. INÉS M. PIETRI GARCÍA PERIÓDICOS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTH PUERTO RICO Contact

INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM Telephone

Fax

E-mail

DIRECTORY

SR. HÉCTOR CONDES BENÍTEZ

787-841-0598

DR. BERNARDO L. SOLER MENA DR. JOSÉ R. BARRERA

787-841-4242 787-267-0517

787-841-4242

ponceveterinary@gmail.com jbarrera1959@yahoo.com

SR. ROLANDO TORRES

787-260-0555

787-260-1056

zsanchez@coopervision.com

SR. DARIO SUÁREZ RAMÍREZ SR. JUAN L. GONZÁLEZ RIVERA SR. JEFFREY RODRÍGUEZ

787-843-8199 787-284-3445 787-277-0218 787-843-4636

SR. JOSÉ E. CRUZ MARTÍNEZ SR. JORGE GALLINO ARTIME

787-284-1700 787-284-6868 787-792-3000 787-843-4636 787-690-1464 787-746-3188

787-746-0990

dario.suarez@ubs.com juanluisgonzalez@gmail.com jrodriguez@freedom-advisory.com freddym1950@yahoo.com kikecruz.expertdev@gmail.com cjgalliano@gatsbyworld.com

SRA. MINERVA FIGUEROA

787-259-8877

787-259-8878

store5939@theupsstore.com

SRA. ILEANA VÁZQUEZ

787-458-2348

SRA. ELENA DÍAZ SRA. MARIBEL RENTAS

787-277-6664 787-774-6060

787-706-4056

ediaz@ssspr.com mrentas@ssspr.com

SRA. LUZ M. GONZÁLEZ DEGRÓ SRA. LIZZETTE LABOY TORRES SRA. EYLEEN RODRÍGUEZ

787-259-8210 787-585-6310 787-843-2364

787-259-0206 787-837-8710 787-841-2940

hguadalupe@coqui.net hogarnuevorenacer@gmail.com eyleenro@coqui.net

SR. RADAMÉS TIRADO ZAPATA

787-843-4568

787-843-4568

acoya@caribe.net

SR. ALFONSO GIMENEZ LUCHETTI

787-840-5550

787-840-7077

administracion@wpabradio.com

SR. IVÁN ROSARIO TORRES SR. MARCOS RIOS PÉREZ

787-837-7171 787-829-3152

787-837-7171 787-829-3152

pastorivanrosario@gmail.com iglesiaelfaro@hotmail.com

DRA. BLANCA I. LÓPEZ SUÁREZ SR. JUAN DEFENDINI

787-319-7306 787-844-3077 787-509-9852 787-486-7022 787-464-6186 787-848-5050 787-219-8168

DRA. PURA DEL C. DEDÓS LÓPEZ

qualitytrophy@prtc.net

produccionesbarile@gmail.com

787-844-3077 787-840-0003 787-848-5175 787-842-0271

787-432-7446

blancalopezpsyd@hotmail.com institutosaludintegral@gmail.com hiramenendez@gmail.com margarcia@pucpr.edu tomy_psyd@yahoo.com dedospsyd@gmail.com linamnieves@yahoo.com mmjunco@gmail.com

SRA. CECILLE M. BLONDET

787-840-1510

787-841-7309

mnavas@museoarteponce.org

DR. ERIC RAMÍREZ LIC. DAISY ZAYAS SOTOMAYOR DR. JOSÉ OSCAR SANTIAGO SRA. MARICARMEN CARDONA FUSTER LIC. WILLIAM GUZMÁN GARCÍA LIC. RAFAEL A. BLANCO MARTÍNEZ LIC. JOSÉ G. LEÓN MATEO DR. WILLIAM BRACER NATAL LIC. J. RAÚL RAMÍREZ

787-738-0525 787-847-0260 787-842-7981 787-837-6656 787-840-0004 787-856-0580 787-259-7171 787-840-0670 787-840-9000

787-738-3633 787-847-5693 787-840-4296 787-837-6656 787-840-0004 787-856-0580 787-841-7344 787-841-6442 787-840-9003

labcardiovascular@yahoo.com alfecizalab@hotmail.com osantiago123@yahoo.com lablafe@coqui.net guzman.70@live.com lab.plaza@hotmail.com labromi102@hotmail.com vascularpon@prtc.net lab@labramirez.com

DR. JORGE BONILLA

787-848-2885 787-848-3853

787-848-2885 787-842-8376

owadjuntas@hotmail.com ines@minicomp.net

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DIRECTORY

CARTOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH PUERTO RICO

MEMBERS DIRECTORY 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

Customer PERIÓDICO LA PERLA DEL SUR PERIÓDICO LA OPINIÓN CRISTALES PARA FACHADAS COMERCIALES / RESIDENCIAL CRISTALERÍA DEL SUR, INC. BOLERA D.I.S., INC. - BOLERA CARIBE INTERMEDIARIO-IMPORTACIÓN Y EXPORTACIÓN DE PRODUCTOS FOODS INTERNATIONAL EXPORT CORP. FUNERARIAS FUNERARIA RODRÍGUEZ FUNERARIA J. OLIVER CONSEJERÍA PROFESIONAL ACADEMIA DE DESARROLLO PROFESIONAL MIGUEL TEJERA & ASOCIADOS VENTAS POR INTERNET CUPONCEANDO LEVANTAMIENTO DE CARGA CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL RIGGING CORP. VENTA DE MATERIALES DE ARTE Y ARQUITECTURA SRA. YOLANDA E. ESPINOSA ROODENBURG EXPRESIONES PERDIDAS MATERIALES DE CONSTRUCCIÓN SR. JOSÉ J. GARCÍA COLÓN MANEJO DE TALENTOS ZRM GROUP, INC. RELACIONES PÚBLICAS Y MERCADEO JII MARKETING CONSULTANTS SOUP ADVERTISING, DESIGN AND PRODUCTIONS DISTRIBUIDOR PIEZAS DE PLOMERÍA MUÑOZ MAURA, INC. VENTA DE GRAMA, PROYECTOS DE VIVIENDA Y GASOLINERA SUCESION J SERRALLES, INC. SERVICIOS DE CALIBRACIÓN Y PRUEBAS DE ULTRA SONIDO PROJECT SPECIALIST OF PR, INC.

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Contact SRA. ALEXELENA CAYERE SRA. ARACELIS MALDONADO

INDUSTRY ENTERPRISE ECOSYSTEM Telephone 787-842-5866 787-840-2000

Fax 787-842-5823 787-840-2077

E-mail ldejesus@periodicolaperla.com opinions@coqui.net

SR. ADOLFO TRAPOTE

787-843-8080

787-844-8020

adolfo5@prtc.net

SR. JOSÉ A. ORTIZ

787-812-0375

787-290-2374

paboleracaribe@boleracaribe.net

SR. FERNANDO L. CRUZ DOMINICCI

787-317-7212

SR. MIGUEL A. RODRÍGUEZ SR. JACKIE OLIVER

787-847-2730 787-840-4444

DR. JAIME GALARZA SIERRA SR. MIGUEL A. TEJERA

787-835-0550 787-761-2982

dr.galarzajaime@gmail.com mitejera1@gmail.com

SR. JUAN E. LÓPEZ

787-485-8103

info@cuponceando.com

SR. MANUEL GRAUBARD

787-844-7400

SRA. IRAIDA MUÑIZ MARTÍNEZ

787-475-4205 787-840-6171

food-inter-export@hotmail.com 787-847-2731 787-843-4444

787-844-7400

miguelarm55@gmail.com funerariajoliver@yahoo.com

mgraubardjr@gmail.com inifinia@aol.com expresionesperdidas@gmail.com

787-644-5651 SRA. ZULEYKA RIVERA MENDOZA

787-458-5191

SR. JOSÉ I. IRIZARRY SR. ROBERTO A. GARCÍA

787-840-9482 939-717-7687

787-709-4517 787-744-9799

joseirizarry@jiimarketing.com agarcia@souppr.com

SRA. IVELISSE MUÑOZ

787-244-6600

787-651-6962

munozmaurainc@yahoo.com

SR. JOSE A. ORTIZ ZAYAS

787-260-2221

787-260-2227

paboleracaribe@boleracaribe.net

SR. PATRICK OWEN

787-843-2260

787-844-5275

prospec@caribe.net

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